'Boss of The Year' Poll - How's Your Guy(s) Doing ?

CityNews is on a quest to find out how staff rate their bosses. We are asking you to vote for the CEO, Chairman or firm President that you think has done the best job this year (and it doesn't have to be your own). Anyone can vote (or nominate a boss), as long as you send in your vote from a recognised work e-mail address.

Well, Andrew Pisker may no longer be the boss at DrKW (he left there a couple of weeks back), but he remains appreciated by the staff. Pisker is currently top of our league table. Also putting in strong performances are Josef Ackermann (Deutsche), Richard Handler (Jefferies & Co), Yvan de Cock (Fortis) and John Mack (Morgan Stanley). UBS has no less than 3 entries in the Top 20. Here's the current Top 30:

1. Andrew Pisker - former CEO, DrKW

2. Huw Jenkins - CEO, UBS Investment Bank

3. Yvan de Cock - CEO, Fortis Bank UK

4. Richard Handler - CEO, Jefferies & Co

5. John Costas - former CEO, UBS Investment Bank

6. Josef Ackermann - CEO, Deutsche Bank

7. John Mack - CEO, Morgan Stanley

8. Richard Fuld - CEO, Lehman Brothers

9. Ken Lewis - CEO, Bank of America

10. Bob Diamond - CEO, Barclays Capital

11. Stan O'Neal - CEO, Merrill Lynch

12. Michael Dobson - CEO, Schroders

13. Brady Dougan - CEO, CSFB

14. Jamie Dimon - President, JP Morgan Chase

15. Sir John Bond - Chairman, HSBC

16. Peter Wuffli - CEO, UBS Group

17. Allan Moss - CEO, Macquarie Bank

18. Yugo Ishida - President & CEO, Nomura International

19. Michael Spencer - CEO, Icap plc

20. Bob Wigley - Chairman, Merrill Lynch, Europe ME & Africa

21. Bill Etherington - Chairman, CIBC

22. Baron David de Rothschild - Chairman, NM Rothchild

23. Charles Prince - CEO, Citigroup

24. RWJ Groenick - Chairman, ABN Amro

25. Hank Paulson - CEO, Goldman Sachs

26. John Duffield - Chairman, New Star Asset Management

27. Bruce Wasserstein - Head of Lazard

28. David Mayhew - Chairman, JP Morgan Cazenove

29. Terry Smith - CEO, Collins Stewart Tullett

30. Sandy Weill - Chairman, Citigroup

Use the link below to vote for the boss of your choice (remember, you can only vote once during this phase of the poll):


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