A client-centric financial executive, Ms. Minio-Paluello has a quantitative background and deep experience serving premier asset management and financial services companies.
Passionate about bringing creativity and innovation to the field of sustainable investments, she leverages quant/technology training for the benefit of multiple constituencies seeking greater investment customization. She has led on customized solution investing based on extensive client (institutional, private banks, retail platforms) interaction, including achieving net-zero priorities. She has also used emerging technologies to further these goals, such as blockchain technology to deliver personalized investment tokens, and Natural Capital, which works with NGOs to identify conservation projects, alongside generating returns from selling carbon credits new investment solutions.
A collaborative, goal-oriented mindset, and relationship building skills inform all her work. Carolina served as Global Head of Product, Marketing, Solutions & Quant at Schroders, London from 2019 to 2022, also serving as a Global Management Committee Member. Previously, as Global Head of Sales & Solutions, Limited Partner at Lombard Odier Investment Managers (LOIM), London (2015 – 2019), Ms. Minio-Paluello served as Head of the European/Asian sales teams that covered both institutional investors and third-party distributors. Ms. Minio-Paluello has also held leadership roles at Citi, Markets Division, London (2011 – 2013) and at Goldman Sachs in the Securities and Asset Management Divisions (2000 – 2011). She started her career as an Associate at J.P. Morgan Investment Management, London, in 1999.
A member of several external boards/advisory councils, recipient of many awards, and fluent in Italian, French and English, Ms. Minio-Paluello has a PhD in Finance from the London Business School, an MBA in Finance (Grande Distinction) from the Université Catholique De Louvain, a BSc in Economics (Grande Distinction) from Université Libre De Bruxelles, and completed an executive course at Harvard Business School. Her interests include modern art, architecture, theatre, skiing, sailing, tennis and rowing.