• Add to Collection
  • Tools Used
  • About

    About

    Commission by the Financial Times to provide branding and design identity in addition to the overall art direction and photography. Women at the … Read More
    Commission by the Financial Times to provide branding and design identity in addition to the overall art direction and photography. Women at the Top - 50 leading international businesswomen and CEO's, was for the 2nd year in a row entrusted to OneRedEye photographer and creative director Ed Robinson. Read Less
    Published:


Women at the Top is a celebration of outstanding female leadership and each year the Financial Times presents an annual ranking of the top 50 women in world business.

"Women at the Top: the Financial Times' flagship analysis of female business leadership - is about celebration & aspiration. Growing numbers of women are now rising to the executive board of companies around the world. Given the obstacles many have overcome to reach key positions & the difference they are already making to the way in which the business world works, their success along is cause for celebration. At the same time their prominence fuels the aspirations of millions of women & girls who see themselves as future leaders. By highlighting female executives' work, we hope to encourage other ambitious women to meet the challenges that many of them still need to overcome to reach the summit of their professions." - The Financial Times Women at the Top issue, November 17 2010.

Below are a selection of portraits (which were matched with online interactive media) of some of the world’s most fêted female executives, exclusively photographed by our award-winning photographer, Ed Robinson.


Olivia Lum - Hyflux
Nahed Taher - Gulf One Investment Bank 
Guler Sabanci - Sabanci Holding
Chanda Kochhar - Icici Bank
Annika Falkengren - SEB
Gail Kelly - Westpac
Emma Marcegaglia - Marcegaglia
Monika Ribar - Panalpina
Nancy McKinstry - Wolters Kluwer
Chua Sock Koong - Singapore Telecommunications
Ruby McGregor-Smith - MITIE Group 
Yoshiko Shinohara - Temp Holdings