Men generally evades the society – from our homes to management of businesses up until the political level, men are the ones who dominate into the industry. With this, the business desk looks at the biggest hitters in the business world, with a specific focus on women.

Women to Look for in the Business World in 2022

Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala

Okonjo-Iweala’s reputation as a political operator helped her secure the WTO post, but she will need skills being polished as finance minister in her native Nigeria. Moreover, in her 25 years stayed at the World Bank she navigated her way through three big main concerns facing the WTO. Her immediate work is to look for agreement to waive patent rights on the corona virus vaccines. Her work aims in developing countries to produce their own treatments for the pandemic. Success there would enhance Okonjo-Iweala’s reputation as a political fixer and give her a better chance of resolving two longer-running issues.

Kristalina Georgieva

There’s a pattern in the International Monetary Fund: every leader ends up being involved in some kind of scandal. They can’t avoid it. It’s like they’re cursed.The latest leader, Georgieva, was a bit controversial but survived and is doing well now.

Emma Walmsley

GSK Holdings Plc Chief Executive Emma Walmsley has been running the UK’s second-biggest drugmaker since the spring of 2017, when she replaced outgoing CEO Andrew Witty. But recently she’s had to bone up on some basics, like how to deal with hedge fund activists.

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