Robin Loh

Robin Loh

Robin Loh

Chief Strategy and Business Reform Officer / Vice President

Abdul Latif Jameel

Robin Loh is the Chief Strategy & Business Reform Officer Abdul Latif Jameel, a collective of independent international, family-owned and diversified businesses, founded in 1945 by the late Abdul Latif Jameel.

Mr. Loh leads the overall business strategy development and digital transformation of Abdul Latif Jameel, working across operations to ensure alignment with, the business’s long-term direction and objectives.  This includes developing new strategic portfolio opportunities.

Prior to taking up his current role Mr. Loh was CEO Digital Business and board member for a German global insurance and financial services group.

Robin has over 20 years of significant international experience in leading new market entry and developing digital transformation, InsureTech and FinTech opportunities.

He has also previously worked with McKinsey & Co., with a focus on the strategic transformation from big data, digital commerce and new technology with multinational clients across several industry sectors.

Robin holds a Master of Business Administration from MIT Sloan School of Management and a BSc. in electrical and computer engineering from Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, USA.  He has lived and worked in the USA, Hong Kong, China and Singapore.  He speaks English, Mandarin and Cantonese.

Founded in 1945, Abdul Latif Jameel is a private family-owned global investor and diversified business that celebrated its 75th Anniversary in 2020.  Abdul Latif Jameel works across major industry sectors aiming to positively shape the future of core industries driving the global economy.  These include Investments; Mobility; Financial Services; Energy & Environmental Services: Health, and a diversified range of other operations from consumer products and property development to professional services.  

With corporate representation offices around the globe, the business has an operational presence in more than 30 countries on six continents and employs some 11,000 people of over 40 nationalities.