City A.M unveils Power 100 Women list

City A.M has unveiled its Power 100 Women list, which celebrates the leading women of London.

smiling_businesswomanThe list shines a light on CEOs, entreprenuers, economists and millenials in addtion to professioanls working in banking and finance, investment, law, technology and telecoms, property, and accountancy.

The list is selected based on qualitative characteristics, including the strength and power of position, number of people they manage, and wider impact on the sector.

The Power 100 Women follows its first Power Women Breakfast panel on 17 May. The breakfast included the CEO of Virgin Money, Jayne-Anne Gadhia; CEO of RSM, Jean Stephens; Chief of Staff of Tech City, Caroline Makepeace; and Natalie Campbell, Founder of A Very Good Company.

Charles Yardley, COO of City A.M., said of the list: “As the definitive London business news organisation, City A.M. is proud to be launching this multi-platform initiative, which speaks to the strength and talent of London’s leading ladies.”

Commenting on the list, Jayne-Anne Gadhia said: “”It is fantastic to see City AM celebrating the considerable talent of London’s power women – from the lawyers and accountants to the entrepreneurs and executives, all driving innovation and economic growth. By holding a light to their achievements, we amplify the positive impact that these fantastic role models have on men and women alike.”

Supporting the initiative, Secretary of State for Education and Minister for Women and Equalities, Nicky Morgan, said: “This inaugural Power 100 Women list is a really exciting measure of the growing recognition of women within the City. Having women in these prominent positions means that companies benefit from an enormous wealth of female talent as well as ensuring visible working role models for the next generation of girls.

“We have already come a long way but can still do more to make sure women everywhere are able to fulfil their potential. It is women like these, who are performing at the top of their game, and the men who work alongside them, who are in a position to make this possible throughout the UK at every level.”

The Power 100 Women:

Jayne-Anne Gadhia, Virgin Money
Inga Beale, Lloyd’s of London
Ana Botin, Santander
Alison Brittain, Whitbread
Alison Cooper, Imperial Brands
Veronique Laury, Kingfisher
Liv Garfield, Severn Trent
Moya Greene, Royal Mail
Dame Carolyn McCall, EasyJet
Amanda Blanc, Axa Insurance

Nina Devani, DevaniSoft
Lucy Baldwin, Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Natalie Campbell, A Very Good Company
Andrea Ferraz, Morgan Stanley
Gemma Godfrey,
Irina Haivas, GHO Capital
Lauren Hurwitz, Moelis & Company
Marta Krupinska, Azimo
Sunaina Sinha, Cebile Capital
Adizah Tejani, Level39

Dame Alison Carnwath, Land Securities
Antonia Belcher, MHBC
Lucinda Bell, British Land
Lisa Hollands, CBRE
Melanie Leech, British Property Federation
Ainslie McLennan, Henderson/TH Real Estate
Alison Nimmo, Crown Estate
Liz Peace, LandAid
Alison Platt, Countrywide
Camille Waxer, Canary Wharf Group

Eileen Burbidge, Passion Capital
Caroline Makepeace, Tech City
Baroness Dido Harding, TalkTalk
Sharon White, Ofcom
Verity Harding, Google DeepMind
Jo Bertram, Uber
Nicola Mendelsohn, Facebook
Baroness Joanna Shields, Minister for internet safety and security
Reshma Sohoni, Seedcamp
Claudia Brind-Woody, IBM

Sandie Okoro, HSBC Global Asset Management
Aedamar Comiskey, Linklaters
Kirstine Cooper, Aviva
Susan Crichton, TSB
Sascha Grimm, Cooley / Women in Law London
Jenine Hulsmann, Clifford Chance
Sonya Leydecker, Herbert Smith Freehils
Frances Murphy, Slaughter & May
Deirdre Trapp, Freshfields
Penelope Warne, CMS

Sam Smith, FinnCap
Kathryn Parsons, Decoded
Rebecca Harding, Equant-Analytics
Sherry Coutu, Founders4Schools
Baroness Martha Lane Fox, Entrepreneur
Sarah Wood, Unruly
Elizabeth Varley, TechHub
Julie Meyer, Ariadne Capital
Nicola Horlick, Money & Co
Amanda Staveley, PCP Capital Partners

Minouche Shafik, Bank of England
Dame Kate Barker, Office for Budget Responsibility
Elga Bartsch, Morgan Stanley
Diane Coyle, Enlightenment Economics
Kristin Forbes, Bank of England
Ruth Lea, Arbuthnot Banking Group
Rain Newton-Smith, CBI
Vicky Pryce, CEBR
Bridget Rosewell, Volterra
Yael Selfin, KPMG

Helena Morrissey, Newton Investment Management
Jennifer Mathias, EFG Private Bank
Agnes de Guzman, Pictet Wealth Management
Liz Field, Wealth Management Association
Ana Cukic Armstrong, Armstrong Investment Managers
Lucy Macdonald, Allianz Global Investors
Caroline Simmons, UBS Wealth Management
Anita Nemes, Deutsche Bank
Nancy Curtin, Close Brothers Asset Management
Harriet Steel, Hermes Investment Management

Sacha Romanovitch, Grant Thornton UK
Beth Brooke-Marciniak, EY
Tracey Groves, PwC
Sharron Gunn, ICAEW
Stephanie Hyde, PwC
Maria Pinelli, EY
Michelle Quest, KPMG
Jean Stephens, RSM
Sharon Thorne, Deloitte
Ingrid Waterfield, KPMG

Maria Ramos, Barclays Africa Group
Ilaria del Beato, GE Capital UK
Charlotte Crosswell, Nasdaq NLX
Tina Fordham, Citigroup
Beatriz Martin, UBS
Stephanie Smith, Allianz Insurance
Francesca McDonagh, HSBC UK
Alison Rose, RBS
Helen Rose, TSB
Noreen Whyte, Morgan Stanley

The full list can be found here at City A.M.

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