World Finance

World Finance

May 20, 2014 05:00 ET

World Finance 100 Names the Business Leaders of 2014

LONDON, ENGLAND--(Marketwired - May 20, 2014) - As the global economy emerges from the clutches of a financial meltdown, the seeds of recovery are now beginning to take root and financial markets return to their pre-crisis highs.

All-in-all, 2014 is proving to be something of a landmark year for global markets, owing predominantly to various parties across the globe, whose efforts have resulted in positive and often path breaking changes. As such, we at World Finance have taken it upon ourselves to recognise the companies and individuals who have contributed significantly, not just within their own market, but the domain in which they operate, as part of our 2014 World Finance 100.

Past winners have included world-recognised companies from Coca-Cola, Baidu and Apple to business leaders such as Westpac's Gail Kelly and Affirm's Max Levchin. No matter their stature, each of the World Finance 100 has taken strides to advance and improve global markets in whatever way they can, whether it be with regards to innovation, diversity or even transparency.

Today, we invite World Finance readers and the general public alike to have their say on who they think deserves to be named amongst the World Finance 100 listings.

To nominate a candidate of your choice and expand on the reasons why you believe them worthy of the accolade, head over to World Finance and cast your vote now.

http://worldfinance100.com/voting/

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