PRWeek UK Power Book: Top ten in corporate and financial comms

PRWeek's UK Power Book reveals the PR professionals who lead the way in their respective areas. Today, we rank the top ten in corporate and financial comms.

(l-r) Garrard, Lawrie and Parker made the Power Book corporate & financial podium
(l-r) Garrard, Lawrie and Parker made the Power Book corporate & financial podium

Unilever’s Sue Garrard increased her standing further this year, playing a key role talking to Downing Street during Kraft Heinz’s failed takeover of the FMCG behemoth.


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In second slot is Jane Lawrie of Tesco, which is recovering after a terrible few years. Agency leaders also feature highly in our list.

The full top 10 (click on the names for full profiles):

1. Sue Garrard – Executive vice-president, sustainable business and comms, Unilever

2. Jane Lawrie – Group comms director, Tesco

3. Sir Alan Parker – Founder, Brunswick Group

4. Roland Rudd – Chairman and founder, Finsbury

5. Pierre Goad – Global head of employee insight and comms, HSBC

6. Stephen Doherty – MD, global head of corporate comms, Barclays

7. Louise Evans – Director of corporate affairs, Sainsbury’s

8. John Waples – Senior MD and UK head of strategic comms, FTI Consulting

9. Neil Bennett – CEO, Maitland

10. Andrew Grant – Senior partner, Tulchan Communications

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