Most powerful women in Europe, Middle East and Africa

They got the power!

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  1. Ana Botín – Executive Chairman (Banco Santander)
  2. Alison Cooper – CEO (Imperial Tobacco)
  3. Annika Falkengren – President and CEO (SEB Group)
  4. Güler Sabancı – Chairman and Managing Director (Sabancı Holding)
  5. Ornella Barra – President and CEO of Global Wholesale and International Retail, EVP (Walgreens Boots Alliance)
  6. Patricia Barbizet – CEO and Chairman, Christie’s International; CEO, Artémis (Groupe Artémis)
  7. Carolyn McCall – CEO (EasyJet)
  8. Véronique Laury – CEO (Kingfisher)
  9. Moya Greene – CEO (Royal Mail)
  10. Dominique Senequier – President (Ardian)
  11. Maria Ramos – Group CEO (Barclays Africa)
  12. Dominique Leroy – CEO (Proximus)
  13. Nancy McKinstry – Chairman and CEO (Wolters Kluwer)
  14. Shelley Broader – CEO and President, EMEA (Walmart)
  15. Serpil Timuray – Regional CEO, AMAP (Vodafone)
  16. Lubna Olayan – Deputy Chairperson and CEO (Olayan Financing)
  17. Elizabeth Corley – Global CEO (Allianz Global Investors)
  18. Isabelle Ealet – Global Co-Head of Securities (Goldman Sachs)
  19. Isabelle Kocher – Deputy CEO and COO (Engie)
  20. Pascale Witz – Executive Vice President, Global Divisions and Strategic Development (Sanofi)
  21. Margarita Louis-Dreyfus – Chairperson of Supervisory Board (Louis Dreyfus Holding)
  22. Marina Berlusconi – Chairman, Mondadori Group; Executive Chairman, Fininvest (Fininvest Group)
  23. Rakefet Russak-Aminoach – CEO and President (Leumi Group)
  24. Emma Walmsley – CEO, GSK Consumer Healthcare (GSK)
  25. Ann Cairns – President, International Markets (MasterCard)

Source: Fortune

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