There is no macro that will do this (although someone else might know of one that's available in the Marketplace).
There is a Users macro that displays the members of a group. If you set up View and Edit groups then you could use the Users macro to show those on each page.
However, you'll have to create a new group for every unique set of users.
As an example, if you have 5 pages, and each page has a unique group of users who can view that page, you'll need 5 groups. If each of those pages also has a unique group of users who can edit that page, you'll need another 5 groups as well.
But, if you have 5 pages and the same group of users can view all of them, you'd just need the 1 group (and likewise if the same group of users can edit them all).
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