Britain's Most Admired No 3: Royal Dutch Shell, Peter Voser

Having been FD since 2005, Swiss-born Voser was the shareholders' choice when he took over at Europe's largest oil business in January 2009.

by MT Staff
Last Updated: 09 Oct 2013
Despite his low profile, he has not disappointed his supporters, reorganising Shell to take advantage of high-growth markets like liquefied natural gas and selling off underperforming assets. Third-quarter profits were up 18% this year to $3.5bn, while returns of 10% look pretty good in an industry where minus figures are all too common.

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