Based in London, Tso co-anchors CNBC flagship programme in EMEA, Squawk Box , a fast paced three-hour show that sets the news agenda in the region every trading day. With more than 10 years experience, Tso joined CNBC from the Nine Network in Australia, where she presented business and finance stories for the country's top rating evening bulletin National Nine News and other network programmes including Business Sunday, The Today Show, Nightline and My Home Property. Tso also anchored evening programme Sky Business Report for Sky News, which was affiliated to Nine Network.
Prior to Nine, Tso was a key player in finance coverage for Australian public broadcaster ABC. Tso anchored the first live nightly finance segment on flagship news and current affairs programme Lateline and pioneered live breaking stock market coverage on ABC's Midday News and Business, and ABC's Asia Pacific service, ASPAC. During her five years at ABC, Tso was also a business reporter on ABC's Business Breakfast TV show, radio current affairs programme PM, and a commentator on ABC Local Radio.
Tso was highly commended at the 15th Asian Television Awards 2010 in the Best News Presenter or Anchor category for Squawk Box Asia.
She has a degree in business, receiving a Bachelor of Commerce from Griffith University, Queensland. She also has studied for a Masters in Journalism at the University of Westminster, London and UTS, Sydney.
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