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Hall of Fame


POWERLIST No1’s Hall of Fame


What better way to close the show than with this new section. We have been wrestling with how to honour the men and women who have graced the Powerlist number-one spot. T e truth is, any of them could still top the list, but it is important that we are able to showcase new faces and celebrate new


achievements. It had been suggested that we gracefully ‘retire’ them, so to speak, and take them off the list altogether, but then new readers may not be aware of who they are and their achievements, which would be a shame. We’re pleased with the solution. It’s a section that will continue to grow.


Tidjane T iam Group Chief Executive, Prudential plc


T e only person to top the Powerlist in successive years, Tidjane continues to go from strength to strength. In 2012 he was appointed chairman of


the board of the


Association of British Insurers. In October 2012, he was formally presented with the Legion d’Honneur, France’s highest public accolade, for his signifi cant contribution to French civil life over more than 20 years.


Baroness Scotland Barrister, QC


Baroness Scotland topped the Powerlist as the fi rst black and fi rst female attorney general in 700 years, a post she held between 2007 and 2010. She also has the distinction of being the woman whose idea sparked the launch of the Powerlist Foundation. In recent years she has settled back into life at the Bar, where, as expected, she is once again distinguishing herself.


Mo Ibrahim Philanthropist


Billionaire Dr Ibrahim, who topped our list in 2008, made his fortune in mobile communications. Aſt er selling his business, Celtel International, he set up the Mo Ibrahim Foundation in 2006. T e Ibrahim Prize ($5m) is awarded to a former African head of state who has leſt offi ce in the last three years, and shown excellence in offi ce.


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Baroness Amos Under-Sec-Gen for Relief and Humanitarian Aff airs, UN


Baroness Amos was our fi rst ever number one, then she served as the chair of the judging panel for four years. She has been the British high commissioner to Australia; she was leader of the House of Lords s; before that, in 1983, she became the fi rst black woman to sit in the Cabinet, when she became secretary of state for International Development.


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