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Sir Clive Cowdery
|Born||26 May 1963|
|Education||Clevedon Comprehensive School|
|Known for||founder of Resolution plc|
|Net worth||£137 million (Sunday Times Rich List, 2019)|
|Children||6 (5 of them with his first wife)|
Sir Clive Cowdery (born 26 May 1963) is an English businessman who made a personal fortune in the insurance industry and has since donated large amounts to charity.
These two completed projects made significant total returns for shareholders.
From its formation, Resolution has devoted half its profits and capital gains to the Resolution Foundation, an independent Social and Economic research organisation set up by Clive Cowdery in 2005. It is now widely seen as Britain's leading authority[who?] on Low Earners and the policy responses required to lift their Living Standards.
Other professional interests
Cowdery is majority owner of the magazine Prospect and a member of the governing council of The Institute for New Economic Thinking. He is also a director of Best for Britain, a group campaigning to stop Brexit. Cowdery donated £300,000 to the Liberal Democrats in the 2019 United Kingdom general election.
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