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Andrew Wilson was born on 1970 in Lanark, United Kingdom, is an Economist, Communications. At 50 years old, Andrew Wilson height not available right now. We will update Andrew Wilson's height soon as possible.

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Occupation Economist, Communications
Age 50 years old
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Birthplace Lanark, United Kingdom
Nationality Edinburgh

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Andrew Wilson Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Andrew Wilson worth at the age of 50 years old? Andrew Wilson’s income source is mostly from being a successful Economist. He is from Edinburgh. We have estimated Andrew Wilson's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020 $1 Million - $5 Million
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In March 2020, he was re-appointed to the governing board of Motherwell Football Club as a Director.


In September 2016, he was appointed to chair the Sustainable Growth Commission reporting to the First Minister of Scotland. In October 2017, he was also appointed to the Independent Commission on Referendums at University College London's Constitution Unit.


In 2014 he launched a new strategic communications consultancy Charlotte Street Partners based in Edinburgh and London. Along with co-founder Malcolm Robertson, he topped a list of "names to watch" published by The Scotsman in 2014.


He delivered the Donaldson Lecture at the 2013 SNP conference.


He was a Trustee of the John Smith Memorial Trust and is a Trustee of The John Smith Centre for Public Service at the University of Glasgow. He is a former member of the Governing Board of the Scottish Crop Research Institute and between 2010 - 2015 he was a Director of Motherwell Football Club. He is a Director and Trustee of Sistema Scotland, a social transformation charity engaging children through orchestral music, and a member of the Institute for Fiscal Studies and the David Hume Institute.


Following political service Wilson joined RBS Group working in a variety of roles including Deputy Chief Economist and since the 2008 crisis as Head of Group Communications. He joined WPP in August 2012 working in a client facing role.


In 2003 he came within 520 votes of unseating Cathie Craigie in the first past the post contest for the Cumbernauld and Kilsyth seat, but when only three SNP MSPs were returned from Central Scotland he lost his place as an MSP.


Whilst an MSP he served variously in the Shadow Cabinet as the SNP Finance, Economy, Lifelong Learning and Transport Spokesperson. He was widely viewed by commentators as a rising star of the SNP, an iconoclast and pro-market economist he made much headway selling the idea of fiscal autonomy now called 'Devo-Max' to the mainstream business, media and society. It was adopted by The Scotsman, a unionist newspaper and later went on to win support across the political spectrum. He gave a controversial lecture at the party conference in 1999 promoting the idea Britishness could, should, and would survive independence. He later wrote a column for the Sunday Mail calling on Scots to support the English football team in the 2002 world cup finals. In policy he is credited with much of the work on the SNP's alternative to the private finance initiative, now The Scottish Futures Trust. He also promoted the case for a Scottish Sovereign wealth fund using the proceeds of North Sea Oil.


Whilst attending the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, (from where he graduated in 1992 with a degree in economics and politics) Wilson was elected Vice President of the Students Association and became National Convener of the Scottish National Party (SNP) student organisation, the Federation of Student Nationalists. He joined the Government Economic Service after graduation, serving with the Forestry Commission and Scottish Office, and in 1996 he started work at SNP Headquarters, Edinburgh, as a researcher to the Director of Business for Scotland, before entering employment with the Royal Bank of Scotland as a business economist in 1997.


Andrew Wilson (born 1970 in Lanark, Scotland) is an economist, businessman and former Member of the Scottish Parliament (MSP). He is a founding partner at strategic communications firm Charlotte Street Partners and chairs the Sustainable Growth Commission reporting to the First Minister of Scotland.