John A. Paulson
Age in 2017: 61
Address: Lives and/or works in
New York, NY.
Stocks to watch when John A. Paulson is in the news:
American International Group, Inc. (AIG)
Wealth class: Billionaire
Areas of interest:
politics & government
Politics: Paulson is a contributor to Republican committees and campaigns.
Personal social network: Much of Paulson's Muckety comes from nonprofit connections.
Philanthropy: Paulson and his wife have pledged $20 million to New York University's Leonard N. Stern School of Business. He and his family foundation pledged $100 million to the Central Park Conservancy in 2012. He gave $400 million in 2015 to the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
John A. Paulson personal relations:
Jenica Paulson - spouse
Other current John A. Paulson relationships:
92nd Street Y - director
American International Group, Inc. - director
Central Park Conservancy - trustee & benefactor
Council on Foreign Relations - director
Economic Club of New York - trustee
New York University - trustee
Partnership for New York City - director
Partnership Fund for New York City - executive committee member
Paulson & Company - president
Paulson Family Foundation - president
Stern School of Business - overseer
John A. Paulson past relationships:
Bear Stearns Companies Inc. - managing director
New Yorkers for Growth - contributor
OneWest Bank, FSB - investor
OneWest Bank Group LLC - investor
Republican National Committee - contributor
Restore Our Future - contributor
Right to Rise USA - contributor
Spence School - trustee
Additional Muckety map information sources:
Federal Election Commission;
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John A. Paulson campaign contributions:
Listed below are federal donations of $3,000+ reported to the FEC.
Team Ryan - $100,000 on 9/30/2016
Hold the Senate 2016 - $8,100 on 9/29/2016
Trump Victory - $250,000 on 7/5/2016
Ayotte Victory Committee - $5,400 on 12/9/2015
Defend America PAC - $5,000 on 8/9/2014
New Hampshire for Scott Brown - $5,200 on 5/30/2014
Boehner for Speaker - $25,000 on 4/17/2014
Managed Funds Association PAC - $5,000 on 3/20/2014
Friends for an American Majority - $7,800 on 12/26/2013
McConnell Cornyn Leadership Victory Committee - $5,200 on 6/6/2013
Boehner for Speaker - $42,600 on 5/1/2013
Boehner for Speaker - $-48,300 on 6/15/2012
Romney Victory Inc - $32,500 on 4/30/2012
Boehner for Speaker - $48,300 on 4/26/2012
Defend America PAC - $5,000 on 12/9/2011
New York Congressional Victory Committee 2011 - $6,000 on 11/21/2011
Hatch Election Committee - $-2,500 on 11/11/2011
Hatch Election Committee - $5,000 on 11/11/2011
Boehner for Speaker Fojb-Nrcc - $5,000 on 6/29/2011
National Republican Senatorial Committee - $30,800 on 4/6/2011
Scott Brown for US Senate Committee - $4,800 on 1/31/2011
Restore Our Future PAC - $1,000,000 on 1/28/2011
Managed Funds Association PAC - $5,000 on 1/26/2011
2010 Senate Victory Committee - $14,400 on 10/6/2010
Friends of Pat Toomey - $4,800 on 10/1/2010
National Republican Senatorial Committee - $30,400 on 9/22/2010
Free and Strong America PAC - $5,000 on 6/11/2010
Every Republican Is Crucial - $5,000 on 11/17/2009
Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee - $30,400 on 6/18/2009
McCain Victory 2008 - $85,700 on 5/15/2008
Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee - $25,000 on 12/7/2007
Major contributions to state-level political organizations & campaigns:
2006 Bill Richardson (NM) gubernatorial campaign - $5,000 on 5/16/2006
Muckety news stories featuring John A. Paulson
Other than wealth and power, what do Jamie Dimon, Rupert Murdoch, Howard Milstein, John Paulson and David Koch have in common?
October 11, 2011
John A. Paulson's investments in gold, banks, U.S. Treasury bonds and commodities were spectacularly successful in 2010.
January 31, 2011
The Security and Exchange Commission's civil suit filed Friday against Goldman Sachs and one of its traders lays out an astonishing narrative.
April 18, 2010
George Bailey's desperate efforts to avoid the collapse of Bailey's Savings & Loan have a special resonance this Christmas.
December 20, 2009