Four in ten top UK company bosses now non-UK nationals

An analysis of the biggest UK companies from Odgers Berndtson highlights the extent to which they have embraced more internationally diverse leaders, with a steep increase in chief executives born overseas.
Since the turn of the millennium, the number of companies in the FTSE 100 with chief executives who are non-UK nationals has doubled to 40%, whilst non-UK national chairs and CFOs have risen steeply to around 30%. Over the same period, the range of nationalities among business leaders has also expanded, with FTSE 100 CEOs drawn from 20 nationalities in 2016, against 11 in 2006.
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