Paul Miller has been writing on economics and financial markets his whole career and during his retirement.
Paul has been an investment manager and investor for 60 years. he started his career at the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, leaving there in 1952 to join the investment banking firm of Drexel & Co., where he became a partner in 1956, and president of its successor firm, Drexel Harriman Ripley. He founded Miller Anderson & Sherrerd in 1969. That firm became a major equity and fixed-income manager and was sold to Morgan Stanley in 1996.
He served as a director of Hewlett-Packard, The Mead Corp., Rohm & Haas Co., SPS Technologies and several other companies over the years. He is an alumnus of the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School (1950). He is a trustee emeritus of Penn, where he chaired the trustees from 1978 to 1986. He is a retired trustee of the Ford Foundation, an Honorary Trustee of Colonial Williamsburg, and a former director of The Appalachian Mountain Club and World Wildlife Fund.
Paul has honorary degrees from Washington and Lee University and the University of Pennsylvania, and is a member of the American Philosophical Society. He is a Chartered Financial Analyst and former President of the Financial Analysts of Philadelphia.
He resides on Useppa Island, Florida, Gladwyne, Pennsylvania, and Center Sandwich, New Hampshire with his wife of 60 years, Ella Warren. They have 3 children and six grandchildren.