| Malcolm Murray|
Pension fund manager
| 1956Ayrshire, Scotland|
University of Strathclyde
Malcolm Murray (businessman) Wikipedia
Malcolm Alexander Murray (born March 1955) is a Scottish businessman and former Chairman of Rangers Football Club.
Murray was educated at Strathclyde University.
Murray's business career has mainly focussed on pension fund management, with him being involved in some of the largest funds in the UK, including Phillips and Drew. He also holds a senior independent director role with MWB Business Exchange PLC, having gained 31 years of experience in investment management prior to this.
In the early 1990s, Murray purchased and had stewardship of a 25% shareholding in Manchester United.
On 14 June 2012, following the forming of a new company Sevco Scotland Rangers by Charles Green's consortium, Murray was appointed as new chairman of the club. It was revealed that Murray is a lifelong fan of Rangers and a season ticket holder.
Murray survived several attempts to oust him as Rangers chairman and was replaced by former club manager, Walter Smith