Robin is the former CEO of Tennor Holding - a multi-billion, European-based, diversified holding company with a focus on entrepreneurial innovation in the fields of sports, fashion, surgical robotics, technology, property and agriculture.
Prior to joining Tennor in 2015, Robin worked in investment banking for more than 20 years in both New York and London, where, in 1993, he started his career at Goldman Sachs. In his banking career, Robin managed a broad range of businesses including sales and trading, asset management, private wealth and corporate finance.
Robin received his Bachelor of Laws degree from the London School of Economics, his Master of Laws degree from Harvard Law School, where he studied under a Fulbright Scholarship, and successfully passed all three levels of the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) programme exam in 1999.
Robin has participated in the Traphagen Distinguished Alumni Speakers Series at Harvard Law School, which invites noted alumni to speak about their careers.
Robin is currently studying for his Ph.D. at City, University of London where his doctoral thesis is “Exploring the Role of Self-Compassion in Leadership during Uncertainty”.
Robin’s interests include golf (scratch), walking, reading, wine and social mobility causes