Paul Dixon

Paul Dixon


Paul is a non-executive Director of Clara-Pensions, a pensions consolidation platform, and a Trustee of the Lazard Directors’ Pension scheme. Paul recently gave expert advice on the September 2022 Pensions LDI ‘crisis’, and was published in the FT.

Paul is currently studying Philosophy of AI at Northeastern University. London.

In 2022 Paul won the Oxford University Philosophical Society 1st prize for the best student essay, Hilary 2022. [Link]

In 2020 he graduated with distinction in the Philosophy of the Social Sciences at the LSE. Paul previously worked for thirty years in investment banking and asset management.

Professional Career

From 1987 to 2003 Paul managed financial derivative products in both Fixed Income and Equities at Chemical Bank (now JP Morgan) and Merrill Lynch. Paul also held senior roles in Global Financial Risk Management and in FinTech.

In 2004 Paul moved into Asset Management, where he managed assets and financial risk for Pearl Assurance, now Phoenix Group. Most recently he was Chief Investment Officer at Guardian Assurance, with responsibility for £17 billion of assets.

In 2016 Guardian was sold to Swiss Re for £1.6 billon.