Top Boss Poll - Update On The Voting

We're down to the final 16 in our quest to find the 'Boss of The Year' in the financial markets. 16 bosses are in head-to-heads with rivals. You can get your vote in until this round of the poll closes, at midnight GMT, Thursday 15th December. Here's how this round of the voting is going to date:

Richard Handler (CEO, Jefferies & Co) slightly behind Yvan de Cock (CEO, Fortis Bank UK).

Allan Moss (CEO, Macquarie Bank) v Cliff Siegel (CEO, Jefferies International) - too close to call.

Michael Dobson (CEO, Schroders) behind Andrew Pisker (former CEO, DrKW)

Ken Lewis (CEO, Bank of America) ahead of Brady Dougan (CEO, CSFB)

Tim Linacre (CEO, Panmure Gordon) ahead of Bob Diamond (CEO, Barclays Capital)

Richard Fuld (CEO, Lehman Brothers) v Yugo Ishida (President & CEO, Nomura International) - too close to call.

Michael Spencer (CEO, Icap) slightly ahead of John Costas (former CEO, UBS Investment Bank)

Huw Jenkins (CEO, UBS Investment Bank) slightly ahead of Bob Wigley (Chairman, Merrill Lynch, EMEA)

To vote for the boss of your choice, please go to the appropriate link on the right-hand-side of this update (near the bottom), or mail us on 

Remember, you can't vote again if you have already voted this round.

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