CEO of the Year Obermatt Pin


UK 100 Ranking: United Kingdom – 2013

Published: 2013-10-10

Below are all the winners in the competition UK 100 Ranking, United Kingdom, 2013. Publicly-listed companies are included in this competition when they meet this criterion:

Criteria to participate: The biggest 100 companies based on sales and employees

All Winners in the Market

The gold winners are the top three on the list. These CEOs receive an Obermatt gold pin – an 18-karat gold pin that is personally presented to the winners in recognition of their outstanding performance. The next best CEOs up to 10th place are the silver winners. The bronze winners are all those CEOs that outperformed the market with a ranking over 50.


Combined Performance

These CEOs showed the best overall performance in growth, operating efficiency and investment performance.

In the Multi-year rankings, you can see cumulative performance for each CEO over the years.

Growth Performance

These CEOs drove the highest growth among their peers.

In the Multi-year rankings, you can see cumulative performance for each CEO over the years.

Operating Performance

These CEOs managed their companies most efficiently and delivered the strongest profit growth compared with their peers.

In the Multi-year rankings, you can see cumulative performance for each CEO over the years.

Investment Performance

These CEOs pursued strategies and made investments which attracted investors the most. As such, they achieved the highest Total Shareholder Returns (TSR) amongst their peers.

Pin CEO Rank
Gold
Podium
Ralph Topping (William Hill)
100
Carolyn McCall (easyjet)
100
David Nish (Standard Life)
98
Alan Brown (Rentokil Initial)
98
Trevor Finn (Pendragon)
98
Silver
Top 10
Michael Clarke (Premier Foods)
97
Dave Forsey (Sports Direct)
97
Michael Sharp (Debenhams)
97
António Horta-Osório (Lloyds Banking)
95
Wayne Edmunds (Invensys)
95
Bronze
Outperformer
Martin Lamb (IMI)
93
Peter Rogers (Babcock)
92
Dr. Nigel Wilson (Legal & General)
92
Ian Meakins (Ferguson)
92
Paul S. Walsh (Diageo)
90
André Pierre Joseph Lacroix (Intertek)
90
Steve Holliday (National Grid)
89
Chris Davies (SIG)
89
Sam Laidlaw (Centrica)
87
Charles Wilson (Booker)
87
Antony Peter Jenkins (Barclays)
84
Lord Simon Wolfson (Next)
83
Sebastian James (Dixons Carphone)
81
Terry Duddy (Home Retail)
80
Andy Harrison (Whitbread)
80
David McIntosh (John Menzies)
80
Simon A. Peckham (Melrose)
79
Geoff Cooper (Travis Perkins)
79
Ian King (BAE Systems)
79
Ian Marchant (SSE)
78
Prof. Uwe Krueger (WS Atkins)
77
Tidjane Thiam (Credit Suisse)
75
Ian Livingston (BT)
74
Mike Norris (Computacenter)
74
Adrian Ringrose (Interserve)
72
Julian Roberts (Old Mutual)
72
Nigel Stein (GKN)
70
Paul Sheffield (Kier)
70
George Weston (ABF)
68
Tom Albanese (Vedanta Resources)
68
Graham Chipchase (Rexam)
67
Justin King (Sainsbury)
66
Rakesh Kapoor (Reckitt Benckiser)
66
Stuart Thomson Gulliver (HSBC)
66
Richard Howson (Carillion)
64
Graham Mackay (SAB Group)
64
Richard John Cousins (Compass)
61
John Rishton (Rolls-Royce)
60
Philip Bowman (Smiths)
60
Ayman Asfari (Petrofac)
59
Ian Tyler (Balfour Beatty)
58
Paul Pindar (Capita)
56
Bob Keiller (John Wood)
55
Simon Lee (RSA Insurance)
55
Michael J. Roney (Bunzl)
50

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In the Multi-year rankings, you can see cumulative performance for each CEO over the years.


Multi-Year Winners in United Kingdom:

UK 100 Ranking
UK 200 Ranking