CEO sack race: Which top bosses are likely to quit or get fired in 2016?

The year 2016 might not be a happy new year for the CEOs of some of the world’s biggest companies, according to Ladbrokes.

The bookmaker has laid down odds for top bosses who might be replaced this year and things aren’t looking good for Yahoo boss Marissa Meyer. Odds on Meyer, who is working throughout her maternity levae, are at 4/7.

The year could prove dangerous for Marks & Spencer CEO Marc Bolland too after disappointing Christmas results. The odds of him leaving are at 4/5.

The bookies also have Lloyds CEO Antonio Horta-Osario’s depature at 3/1 and HSBC boss Stuart Gulliver removal at 4/1.

Take a look at Ladbrokes’ odds on CEOs who could be being replaced in 2016:

Marissa Meyer - Yahoo - 4/7

Ben van Beurden - Shell - 4/6

Marc Bolland - M&S - 4/5

Ashley Almanza - G4S - 5/6

Jack Dorsey - Twitter - evens

Ivan Glasberg - Glencore - 6/4

Mark Carne - Network Rail - 6/4

Dave Forsey - Sports Direct - 7/4

Willie Walsh - IAG - 2/1

David Potts - Morrisons - 2/1

Antonio Horta-Osario - Lloyds - 3/1

Stuart Gulliver - HSBC - 4/1

Mike Coupe - Sainsbury’s - 5/1

Jeremy Darroch - Sky - 5/1

Gavin Paterson - BT - 6/1

Adam Crozier - ITV - 10/1

 

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