Based in Singapore, Chloe Cho is the Asia anchor for "Capital Connection" that broadcasts simultaneously from Asia, Europe and the Middle East. The newly revamped global program helps viewers get a pulse-check of the Asian markets and previews the European and Middle Eastern trading day.
Cho is a seasoned broadcast journalist having covered a wide range of issues from the Asian financial crisis and the North Korean nuclear showdown to the IMF, ASEAN and G20 meetings. Her work assignments have taken her to as many as 20 countries spanning the Asia-Pacific, Eastern Europe and the Americas. She also speaks at international events such as the World Economic Forum and the World Knowledge Forum.
In 2009, Cho was selected among Newsweek Korea's 50 Most Influential Koreans recognized for their work in the world of international media, culture and arts.
She joined CNBC from Channel NewsAsia where she presented prime-time evening program "East Asia Tonight" alongside anchoring "World Today" and "Asia Today."
Cho helmed Channel NewsAsia's breaking news and live coverage of such events as the deadly Sichuan earthquakes in China, the death of former Indonesian President Suharto, and the 2006 Thai military coup. She also hosted and co-produced "Insight," a weekly current affairs show. Prior to that, she was based in South Korea where she served as anchor, morning news editor and news team manager for Arirang TV while serving as a CNN World Report contributor.
Chloe holds a Bachelor of Arts degree with honors in French at Hankuk University of Foreign Studies in Seoul, South Korea.