The Best CTO / CIO Poll 2008 - The Final Results

Here's the results for the Here Is The City Deep Blue Associates-sponsored '2008 Best Chief Technology Officer / Chief Information Officer Poll'.

And this year we ran the poll in two categories, one for firms with 2,500 and over employees, and the other for firms with less than 2,500.

Firms With Over 2,500 Employees

1. Danny O'Connor, MD, Regional CTO, GTS EMEA - Merrill Lynch

2. Mike Ashworth - Head of Global Technology Infrastructure, JPMorgan Chase

3. Mike Jenkins - Global Equity Derivatives CTO & EMEA Equities CTO, Merrill Lynch

4. Stephen Norman - CIO, Global Banking & Markets, Royal Bank of Scotland

5. Magnus Falk - CIO, EMEA, Credit Suisse

6. Martin Burbridge - EMEA Branches CTO, Global Technology Infrastructure, JPMorgan Chase Bank

7. Adrian Pearce - Regional CTO, EMEA, Merrill Lynch

8. Pascal Emile - Global CIO, Dresdner Kleinwort

9. Karl Landert - CIO, Credit Suisse

10. John Tumilty - Global Head of IT, UBS Investment Bank

11. Scott Abbey - Global CTO, UBS

12. Chris Augustin - Global CTO, Merrill Lynch

13. Peter Cherasia - CIO Technology & Operations, JPMorgan

14. Mark Butterfield - Global Co-Head of Technology, Nomura International

15. Philip Freeborn - CIO, Barclays Capital

16. Gerry Stone - CTO Global Technology Services, Merrill Lynch

17. Steve Gillen - CIO, Fixed Income, BNP Paribas

18. Michael Poser - Global Head of Technology Services, UBS

19. Vic Severino - CIO, HSBC Investment Bank

20. Michael Urciuol - Head of Capital Markets IT, Citi

Firms With Under 2,500 Employees

1. Marty Demonte - CIO, Jefferies & Co

2. Brian Collings - CIO, KBC Financial Products

3. Ian Thompson - CIO, Fidelity International

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