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The Procurement Power List 2019 announced

This year’s Procurement Power List, which reveals the most influential people in procurement, has been announced by CIPS and Supply Management.

Having been unveiled at an exclusive event at Sea Containers in London earlier this week, the list acknowledges the leaders who are driving procurement and supply chain strategies forward and making a positive contribution to the reputation of the profession.

“We are delighted to announce The Procurement Power List 2019 with another exceptional group of leaders who are raising the bar for procurement; leading and influencing in their organisations, within the profession and among the wider business community,” commented Malcolm Harrison, group CEO of CIPS. “This list is important for procurement as it demonstrates just how far we have come as a profession and places us firmly among our business peers. I hope by reading more about this impressive group that more people will be inspired to enter procurement and become tomorrow's leaders.”

“Those who appear on this list have demonstrated that they are a business leader above and beyond their function, are a valued member of their board, and can align their function to support the business agenda,” added Lucy Harding, of headhunter Odgers Berndtson and one of the panel.

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The Procurement Power List 2019 (in alphabetical order):

James Allen, asset management director, Arriva 

Vivienne Bracken, CPO, National Grid 

Annie Brown, head of cost efficiency / CPO, IHG 

Daniel Cameron, chief procurement officer, Pearson Group 

Andrew Cannon-Brookes, global head of supply chain management, Standard Chartered 

Bertrand Conqueret, president of global supply chain B.V & CPO, Henkel 

Mark Dady, SVP, CPO and global supply chain strategy, Mondelez 

Bobby Dhanoa, global CPO, KPMG 

Patrick Dunne, director of group property, procurement & cost base transformation, Sainsbury’s Plc

Laura Faulkner, director, supply chain management, Nationwide Building Society

Jan Fokke van den BoschCPO, HSBC Holdings

Andrew Forzani, chief commercial officer, Ministry of Defence 

Ian Harnett, executive director, human resources and global purchasing, Jaguar Land Rover 

Daniel Helmig, group head quality & operations, ABB 

Alex Jennings, CPO, DS Smith

Melinda Johnson, commercial director, Department of Health and Social Care

Hervé Le Faou, CPO, Heineken 

Ron Lewis, chief supply chain officer, Coca-Cola European Partners

Régine Lucas, SVP GPO, L'Oreal 

Lisa Martin, CPO, GlaxoSmithKline 

Tony Milikin, chief sustainability and procurement officer, Anheuser-Busch InBev 

Jennifer Moceri, CPO, Diageo

Alex Muir, CPO, BP Downstream 

Alf Noto, CPO, Deutsche Bank

Barry Parkin, chief procurement and sustainability officer, Mars

Tom Rae, group director - purchasing, JCB 

Imran Rasul, CPO & group procurement director, BAE Systems 

Gareth Rhys Williams, chief commercial officer, Cabinet Office 

Bilal Shaykh, group CPO, Centrica 

Katharina Stenholm, SVP, CCPO, Danone

Jim Townsend, CPO, Walgreens Boots Alliance 

Thomas Udesen, CPO, Bayer 

Nick Welby, global business services director, Imperial Tobacco 

Michelle Wen, EVP global purchasing & supplier quality, Groupe PSA 

Ninian Wilson, global supply chain director & CEO, Vodafone Procurement  

 

Ones to watch:

Simon Arnott, procurement & supply chain director, Morgan Sindall 

Roque Carmona, SVP, group CPO, Thales

Andrew Haynes, procurement director, Heathrow Airport

Rachael Legg, CPO, Johnson Matthey

Rob Woodstock, chief commercial officer, HMRC 

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