Paul works at the intersection of behavioural science and financial suitability for behavioural-finance and investor-management experts Oxford Risk. This includes dedicated projects on bringing sustainability and impact-investing into the world of financial-personality profiling, applying behavioural science insights to help investors understand what sort of responsible investing is right for them, and providers of those investments to design more profitably personalized solutions.
He’s also writing two books (one novel, one non-fiction) on our relationship with money, and its role in the Good Life.
Prior to this, Paul spent a decade as a Chartered and Certified Financial Planner and Chartered Tax Adviser, providing tax, financial-planning, and financial-psychology advice to high-net-worth individuals.
He began his career in the wealth advisory team at Grant Thornton, and holds an M.A. in Politics and Economics from the University of Cambridge.