The 2005 Boss Of The Year In The Financial Markets Is...........

Huw Jenkins, CEO over at UBS Investment Bank.

Jenkins graduated from Liverpool University and gained an MBA from the London Business School before joining BZW in 1987. He joined UBS in 1996 as Managing Director and Head of Asian Equities. In 2000 Jenkins was appointed as Head of Equities for the Americas and went on to become Global Head of Equities in 2004. In July 2005, he was appointed CEO of UBS Investment Bank, and also became a member of the UBS Group Executive Board.

The UBS man fought off tough competition from rivals to be voted the CityNews 2005 'Best Boss in the Financial Markets'. 2,875 UBS staffers voted for him in the final round.

Here's a note of the voting points acheived by the Top 5 in the final round, together with the full Top 30 league table:

(Please note that all duplicate votes were deleted).

1. Huw Jenkins - CEO, UBS Investment Bank - 2,875 voting points

2. Andrew Pisker - former CEO, DrKW - 2,871

3. Yvan de Cock - CEO, Fortis Bank UK - 1,965

4. Cliff Siegel - CEO, Jefferies International - 700

5. Tim Linacre - CEO, Panmure Gordon - 575

6. Ken Lewis - CEO, Bank of America

7. Yugo Ishida - President & CEO, Nomura International

8. Michael Spencer - CEO, Icap Plc

9. Richard Handler - CEO, Jefferies & Co

10. Bob Wigley - Chairman, Merrill Lynch, EMEA

11. Allan Moss - CEO, Macquarie Bank

12. Michael Dobson - CEO, Schroders

13. Richard Fuld - CEO, Lehman Brothers

14. Brady Dougan - CEO, CSFB

15. John Costas - former CEO, UBS Investment Bank

16. Bob Diamond - CEO, Barclays Capital

17. Josef Ackermann - CEO, Deutsche Bank

18. John Mack - CEO, Morgan Stanley

19. RWJ Groenick - Chairman, ABN Amro

20. Bill Etherington - CEO, CIBC

21. Bruce Wasserstein - Head of Lazard

22. Jamie Dimon - President, JP Morgan Chase

23. Ken Thompson - Chairman & CEO, Wachovia

24. Sir John Bond - Chairman, HSBC

25. Stan O'Neal - CEO, Merrill Lynch

26. Baron David de Rothschild - Chairman, NM Rothschild

27. Fred Goodwin - CEO, Royal Bank of Scotland

28. Charles Prince - CEO, Citigroup

29. Sandy Weill - Chairman, Citigroup

30. Peter Wuffli - CEO, UBS Group

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