Karina Robinson is the CEO of Redcliffe Advisory, which advises chairs and ceos.
Karina is a champion of the City of London, with a deep belief in the power of Diversity & Inclusion and a reputation as a benign disruptor. She connects the worlds of finance, university, and politics.
In the quantum ecosphere, Karina is the Founder of The City Quantum Summit, which takes place in the Mansion House, the heart of the City of London. She is a Senior Advisor to Multiverse Computing, a quantum/AI software firm. She writes a column on the implications of the quantum technologies revolution for The Quantum Insider, the leading data and media information platform for the industry.
She is a NED on the board of Atlanticomnium, an Anglo-Swiss asset manager specialising in subordinated bank debt.
At the London School of Economics, she is an Emeritus Governor and Co-Director of The Inclusion Initiative, a research unit at the LSE which uses insights from behavioural science to change the culture of City firms. She spent two terms as a NED on the LSE’s Finance Committee.
Most of her career was spent as a journalist covering international financial and political issues for The Banker and Bloomberg, and as the International Herald Tribune’s banking columnist.