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Martin Waller was born on 27 March, 1957 in London, United Kingdom, is a Former Financial Journalist at The Times, Tempus Editor. Now retired.. Discover Martin Waller's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 63 years old?
|Occupation||Former Financial Journalist at The Times, Tempus Editor. Now retired.|
|Age||63 years old|
|Born||27 March 1957|
|Birthplace||London, United Kingdom|
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The blog is now suspended following his retirement. He is still active on Twitter. He is married with two children and moved from London to Woodbridge, Suffolk in October 2019.
In March 2014 Waller was named as Financial Journalist of the Year at the City of London Wealth Management Awards. He left The Times on May 31 2018.
In 2009 Waller publicly criticised Mehdi Hasan of the New Statesman over an article questioning Vince Cable, then shadow chancellor for the Liberal Democrats, over actions taken when Cable was chief economist at Shell. Hasan replied in the Statesman rebuking Waller, saying he "who specialises in fawning profiles of City slickers, now seems to have fallen in love with politicians and their PRs too."
In 2008, Waller was interviewed by iBall of Interactive Investor International, in which he was described as having "ruffled a few feathers in his time" and being "renowned for delivering the most entertaining and informed city diary in Britain". In February 2009, he wrote an article named "Guarantee for Guernsey's Rock depositors tax belief", believing that people were depositing money into the island to dodge taxes. He was criticised for not understanding the subject matter. He has called Corporate Social Responsibility "box ticking driven by external pressures rather than a genuine desire to do business in an ethical way."
He worked for several years at Thomson Magazines on Construction News and got his first job in the City at the Exchange Telegraph (Extel) wire service. Waller then joined The Times as a junior business reporter in April 1988 and has worked in a number or roles in the business department, including about a decade writing the city diary. He took over the Tempus investment column in June 2010.
After being educated at Kings College School, he studied law from 1974 to 1977 at Hull University, a period he has written about in highly negative terms. He has described having left "on the first train out, the day after my last exam". He has never returned to the university. He graduated with a 2.2 degree. Waller then studied journalism at the Thomson Regional Newspapers course in Cardiff in the autumn of 1977.
Martin Waller (born 27 March 1957) was a financial journalist and columnist for The Times.
Waller was born in London to parents Clifford Thomas Waller (b. 1930) and Diana Campbell Stewart (b. 1931), who were brought up in north London and married in 1956. He spent his childhood in southwest London.