Chief executive appointments in the FTSE 100 are also up—but only 27% of incoming CEOs are female, report reveals.
Hein Schumacher, who joined Unilever as a non-executive director in October last year, will replace Alan Jope as chief executive officer.
Iger, who led Disney from 2005 until 2020 as its chair and CEO, takes over from Bob Chapek, who has stepped down.
Dillon takes over the helm from Richard Johnson, who is retiring after eight years as the global sports retailer’s chief executive officer.
Cécile Nagel joins from EuroCCP and will be based in BNY Mellon Pershing’s London headquarters in Canary Wharf.
Khoury-Haq has been interim chief executive officer at the consumer co-operative group since March this year.