BRITAIN'S MOST ADMIRED COMPANIES 2015

BMAC Top 10 2015


1. UNILEVER


Anglo-Dutch FMCG maestro (and 2010 winner) Unilever jumps 10 places to take the coveted gong of Britain's Most Admired Company for…

2. JOHNSON MATTHEY


Despite a higher score this time, 2014's winner slips a place to second, but still manages to take the criteria award for Value as a Long-term Investment again, as…

3. DERWENT LONDON


Continued strong demand for space in its tech belt offices - such as the landmark White Collar Factory near the renowned Old Street Roundabout - has helped Derwent London to…

4. EASYJET


Fourth place overall and an historic win for CEO Carolyn McCall, the first ever woman to be named Britain's Most Admired Leader. What better…

5. BERKELEY GROUP


A 15-place jump sees chairman Tony Pidgley's south-east focused luxury home and apartment builder firmly back in the top 10 this year. High-profile projects - such…

6. BETFAIR


Up a hefty 32 places, Betfair beats the odds to make it this year's highest-climbing top 10 entry. Co-founded by ex-JP Morgan banker Ed Wray and gambler Andrew Black in 1999, the...

7.= GREAT PORTLAND ESTATES


The second property business in this year's top 10, Great Portland Estates takes a 20-place leap to seventh on the back of its prime central London commercial property portfolio. The…

7.= PADDY POWER


The business on the other end of the 'Betty Power' bookies mega-merger, Paddy Power is down three places this year but easily retains what has become its regular spot in…

9. RB


A solid top 10 placing for the Cillit Bang to Strepsils giant formerly known as Reckitt Benckiser. Q3 revenues are up 6% to £2.2bn, with a good showing across…

10. ROTORK


When the going gets tough, the tough get going as the old saying has it, and things have certainly been tough for Rotork, the Bath-based supplier of valves…

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