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The Chancellor lost out to Lloyds chief executive Antonio Horta-Osório, who ended Bank of England Governor Mark Carney’s two-year reign at the top of Square Mile magazine’s annual Power 100 list.
They were joined in the top five by Osborne, Goldman Sachs’ Michael Sherwood and Charlotte Hogg, the Bank of England’s chief operating officer.
Here’s how the top 10 looked:
1. Antonio Horta-Osório – Lloyd’s Bank Group CEO
2. Mark Carney – Governor of the Bank of England
3. George Osborne – Chancellor of the Exchequer
4. Michael Sherwood – Vice Chairman, Goldman Sachs, Co-CEO, Goldman Sachs International
5. Charlotte Hogg – Chief Operating Officer, Bank of England
6. Daniel Pinto – Co-CEO of CIB, CEO of EMEA and Member of Operating Committee, JPMorgan
7. Antony Jenkins – Group CEO, Barclays
8. David Cameron – Prime Minister
9. Stuart Gulliver – Group CEO, HSBC
10. Ana Botin – Chairman, Santander UK
The league table remained dominated by men, though 19 women made the 2015 list, with three in the top 15. They included Hogg, her Bank of England colleague Nemat Shafik and Santander’s Ana Botin.
Plenty of other notable names also featured, including Canary Wharf’s Sir George Iacobescu at number 73, WPP’s Martin Sorrell at number 38 and London Stock Exchange chief executive Xavier Rolet at number 13.