Barron's has released its picks for "The World's Best CEOs of 2019."
Editors of the American publication reportedly screened the S&P 500 index and a roster of large non-U.S. companies for companies experiencing successful revenue growth, earnings and shareholder returns. According to Barron's, the 30 CEOs are not ranked but separated into three groups: visionary founders, growth leaders and change agents.
Two beauty industry CEOs were among the top picks while one luxury executive got the boot.
New to the List
- Ulta Beauty's CEO Mary Dillon. Barron's explained that Dillon has overseen "popular beauty brands and rewards powering retail growth" and "nearly doubled the S&P 500’s yearly return since she took over in 2013."
Returning to the List
- Estée Lauder's CEO Fabrizio Freda.
Off the List
- LVMH's CEO Bernard Arnault. Barron's stated, "LVMH is still a leader in luxury, but its shares have lagged behind Kering’s in recent years."
For the full list, please visit www.barrons.com.