FN100: The most influential people in the European financial




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Proposed referendum on United Kingdom membership of the European Union Battlers: Shriti Vadera and Michel Barnier

The negotiations over the next two years, the city will set the stage for decades and our FN100 – built from a series of sector lists -. Contains a Proposed referendum on United Kingdom membership of the European Union 10 for the first time

There are also a total Top 10 and we have Michel Barnier chosen financing savvy Frenchman who will lead the European side in the negotiations, as our most influential person in the European financial year 2016.

Barnier takes precedence over any of the UK side, because, frankly, the British side a tangle of personalities and agendas, it is so hard to know whose voice finally count.

Theresa May not qualify for the list because it is not “in the areas of finance” in every sense – and then the situation is more confused. Therefore, we have focused on some of the biggest names that might makes official Square Mile Proposed referendum on United Kingdom membership of the European Union Club of furnishings are Baroness Shriti Vadera – with Vadera thus a new competitor this year – but it is clear that loyalties and impact could shift quickly.

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Outside the Proposed referendum on United Kingdom membership of the European Union storm, those who have seen a big boost to their influence, are Carsten Kengeter, CEO of Deutsche Börse is – if the merger receives final approval by the London Stock Exchange – to be responsible for a pan-European trading and market infrastructure giant with a turnover of € 5 billion, and Keith Skeoch of Standard Life the insurance industry charge transferred to the Asset management. You are in our entire Top 10 list and the head of our list for trading and asset management.

We also have structural changes reflect the tectonic shifts in the industry made. The major banks remain central to the financial system : Yes, but we have their weight reduced in the wear 100 the new circumstances into account – a move that means some very important bank managers that many times in the published list does not make the cut. Please do not take it personally.

Proposed referendum on United Kingdom membership of the European Union and our rebalancing means almost 60 list last year declined, a sharp rise in sales by year, when the list was always stable. The most high-profile casualty: Lord Hill, which we named as the most influential in 2015 and who did not appear in 2016 after he quit his job in the wake of the referendum

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One disappointment is the slim number of women in the list. This number this year of 11 is a drop from last year’s 12. At each stage throughout the process we verify partiality, but there is no escaping the fact that the highest levels of funding remain very male.

In fact, a few months ago it was looking that the sex ratio for some of the most prestigious women in the industry have been replaced by men and in many cases moves would deteriorate. We mark the progress of women in finance on November 7 made when we publish our list of the 100 most influential women in finance.

And we have added FinTech . FN was for the fast-growing sector for almost three years and we think now it is right, the industry’s most important published 40 by selecting five representative name our Fintech in June to recognize.

Finance is a highly competitive industry that generates considerable benefits for the economies and tax revenues. Despite its problems, it is home to some of the smartest people in the region. Those who have made it on this list have the heavy responsibility to ensure that the industry remains healthy -., But also earn Congratulating

FN100 this year is published in full below their category. Click here for photos and profiles of everyone on the list.

• Proposed referendum on United Kingdom membership of the European Union FACTORS

Michel Barnier
chief negotiator on Proposed referendum on United Kingdom membership of the European Union, European Commission

Mark Carney
Governor of the Bank of England

Mario Draghi
President of the European Central Bank

Shriti Vadera
Chair Santander UK; European Financial Services Chairman of the Advisory Committee

John Mcfarlane
Chairman, Barclays

Douglas Flint
Chairman, HSBC

Robert Rooney
Head of Europe and chief executive, Morgan Stanley International

Elizabeth Corley
Deputy Chairman, Allianz Global Investors

Simon Gleeson
Regulatory Partner, Clifford Chance

Miles Celic
Manager, TheCityUK

• CONTROLLER

Valdis Dombrovskis
Commissioner for Financial Stability, Financial Services and Capital Markets Union and Vice-President for the Euro and Social Dialogue, European Commission

Andrew Bailey
Chief Executive, Financial Conduct Authority

Steven Maijoor
chair, European Securities and Markets Authority

Sam Woods
Chief Executive, The Prudential Regulation Authority Deputy Governor for Prudential Regulation, the Bank of England

Elke König
chair Single Resolution Board

• INVESTMENT BANKING

Daniel Pinto
Manager, corporate and investment bank JP Morgan

Michael Sherwood and Richard Gnodde
Co-directors, Goldman Sachs International

Andrea Orcel
President, Investment Banking, UBS

Samir Assaf
Manager, Global Banking and Markets, HSBC

Jes Staley
Group Chief Executive, Barclays

Alex Wilmot-Sitwell
president, Emea, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Manolo Falco
Head of Corporate and Investment Banking, Emea, Citigroup

Nigel Higgins
Manager, Rothschild

Marisa Drew and Mark Echlin
co-head of investment banking and capital markets, Emea, Credit Suisse

Alex Ham
Joint Chief Executive, Numis Securities

• Capital Markets and Advisory

Henrik Gobel
co-head of capital markets for Emea, Morgan Stanley

Hernan Cristerna
Global Co-Head of M & A, JP Morgan

William Vereker
Global Co-Head of Corporate Banking Solutions, UBS

Craig Coben
Global Head of Equity Capital Markets, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Denis Coleman
head of Emea Finance Group, Goldman Sachs

William Rucker
Manager, Lazard London

Simon Robey and Simon Warshaw
founder, Robey Warshaw

Henrik Aslaksen
Head of Strategic Customer Services, Emea, Credit Suisse

Thomas Piquemal
Global Head of M & A, German Bank

Thomas Mennicken
Head of Corporate Clients Financing and Consulting, Emea, BNP Paribas

• Sales and Trading

David Hudson
Global Head of Markets execution, JP Morgan

Isabelle Ealet
Global Co-Head of Securities, Goldman Sachs

Zar Amrolia and Alexander Gerko
Co-directors, XTX Markets

Sanaz Zaimi
Global Head of Fixed Income, Currencies and Commodities sales, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Brian Oliver
European Head of Institutional Sales and Relationship Management, Citadel Securities

Frank Drouet
Head of Global Markets, Societe Generale

Thibaut de Roux
Head of Global Markets, HSBC

Leonardo Arduini
Head of Markets, Emea, Citigroup

Steven Ashley
head of global markets, joint head of the wholesale division, Nomura

Phil Allison
European Chief Executive, KCG Holdings

• market infrastructure

Carsten Kengeter
Manager, German Stock Exchange

Xavier Rolet
Manager, London Stock Exchange Group

Mark Hemsley
Manager, Bats Europe

David Peniket
President, ICE Futures Europe

William Knottenbelt
Senior Managing Director, International, CME Group

Lance Uggla
President, IHS Markit

Stéphane Boujnah
Manager, Euro Next

Diana Chan
CEO, EuroCCP

Michael Spencer
Manager, Icap

Andrew Ross
Manager, Global Curve

• ASSET MANAGEMENT

Keith Skeoch
Manager, Standard Life

Euan Munro
Manager, Aviva Investors

Yves Perrier
Manager, Amundi

Abdallah Nauphal
Manager, Insight Investment

Andreas Utermann
Manager, Allianz Global Investors

Mark Zinkula
Manager, Legal & General Investment Management

Mike O’Brien
Emea CEO and co-head of global investment management solutions, JP Morgan Asset Management

Peter Harrison
Manager, Schroders

Rachel Lord
Manager Europe, Middle East and Africa, iShares – BlackRock

Neil Woodford
Founder Partner, Woodford Investment Management

• INVESTORS

Alan Rubenstein
Manager, Pension Protection Fund

Peter Borgdorff
Director, Pensioenfonds Zorg en Welzijn

Nigel Wilson
Manager, Legal & General

Mark Fawcett
Chief Investment Officer, Nest

Mark Thompson
Chief Investment Officer, HSBC Bank (UK) Pension Scheme

Ciaran Barr and Paul Bishop
investment directors, RPMI Railpen

Kerrin Rosenberg
Manager, Cardano

Danny Truell
Chief Investment Officer, Wellcome Trust

Mark Walker
Global Chief Investment Officer, Unilever pension

Anders Hjælmsø Svennesen
Chief Investment Officer, Danica Pension

• Hedge Funds

Luke Ellis
manager, Man Group

David Harding, Founder
Winton

Leda Braga
founder, Systematica Investments

Paul Marshall and Ian Wace
Co-founder, Marshall Wace

Lars Christer Gardell and Förberg
Co-founder, Cevian capital

Peter Davies
head of developed markets strategy, Lansdowne Partners

Sir Michael Hintze
founder, CQS

Alan Howard
Co-founder, Brevan Howard

Patrik Brummer
co-owner and Chairman, Brummer & Partners

Chris Rokos
founder, Rokos Capital Management

• PRIVATE EQUITY

James Brocklebank
Managing Partner, Advent International

Stuart McAlpine
Managing Partner, Cinven

Dominique Senequier
President, Ardian

Andrew Sillitoe
Co-CEO, Apax Partners

Eric-Jan Vink
Head of Private Equity, PGGM

Kurt Björklund
Co-Managing Partner, Permira

Alain Carrier
Head of International, CPP Investment Board

Thomas Cook
Managing Partner and CEO of EQT Partners

André Frei
Partner and Co-CEO, Partners Group

Lionel Assant
European head of private equity, Blackstone Group

• FINTECH

Taavet Hinrikus
CEO and co-founder, TransferWise London

Sean Park
Co-founder and Chairman, Anthemis Group

Tom Blomfield
CEO and co-founder, Monzo

Kim Hammonds
Chief Operating Officer of Deutsche Bank

Mariano Belinky
Manager, Santander Innoventures

• Methodology: How the FN100 measures influence

Deciding which people in financial services hold the most influence is not a straight-forward task.

The list FN100 always put together to make a variety of factors, such as a respecter of persons in their industry, their performance and innovation in the past year and their ability to their business and / or industry in the next year. The amount of control they have over important departments and institutions, their positions as a trendsetter and the attention they are given by the broader market, were also considered.

Based on its own expertise and to the market for opinion canvassing, Financial News drew team of journalists within each category to long lists, which were then trimmed with an editorial panel after discussions below. All nominees had to be based in Europe, the Middle East or Africa.

The categories themselves sometimes from year to year to reflect market shifts. This year’s list has been a Proposed referendum on United Kingdom membership of the European Union Category adding that the people who are involved directly and indirectly in the negotiations effectively setting his forms under which the financial services industry in the UK will work for years to come. The result is a unique list, without being unduly influenced by the size of their institution determines the indicators with power, authority and importance on each area of ​​the financial markets, their position and how they are known in the industry.


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