Paul Clitheroe

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Paul Hugh Clitheroe
Born (1955-07-07)7 July 1955
Nottingham, England, UK
Occupation Financial analyst & Financial advisor
Title Partner ipac securities

Paul Hugh Clitheroe AM (born 7 July 1955 in Nottingham, England, UK) is an Australian television presenter, financial analyst and financial advisor.

Clitheroe is an alumnus of the University of NSW, which he graduated from in the late 1970s.

With financing from his father for his share of a new business venture, Clitheroe and some university friends founded investment research and advisory company, ipac securities limited, in 1983.

He is best known for his stint as the host of Nine Network show Money, a financial and investment program that aired from 1993 to 2002, and has also appeared as occasional specials, the latest in 2006.

Clitheroe occasionally appears on Tony Delroy's Nightlife on ABC radio and also on Thursdays on 2UE Money Clinic.

In addition to this, Clitheroe has written for numerous financial publications as well as in Melbourne newspaper the Herald Sun. He is also the president of the Financial Planning Association of Australia since 1994.

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