Robin Paine

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Robin Paine
Occupation Chief Technology Officer
Employer London Metal Exchange
Location London
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Robin Paine is a London-based technology executive. Currently, he serves as chief technology officer at the London Metal Exchange. He was appointed to that position on June 21, 2013. He reports to Diarmuid O'Hegarty.[1][2]

Paine replaced interim CTO Kevin Watson at LME.[3]


Paine was previously the head of solutions delivery at Old Mutual, where he was responsible for delivery of all programs within the wealth management division.

Before that, Paine was the chief technology officer at the London Stock Exchange for five years, where he was responsible for the strategy, leadership, delivery and operations of the group technology function.[4]

He has also been an account executive at EDS, which is now Hewlett Packard. He was also head of infrastructure at bank ABN Amro and deputy head of IT services at UBS. Additionally, he was an infrastructure manager at Morgan Stanley.



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