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SINGAPORE, 27 June 2019 – CNBC, the number one business and financial news network, today unveiled the latest season of the highly popular show CNBC Meets: Defining Values hosted by Tania Bryer.
The five-part special will gain unprecedented access to some of the world's most inspirational and philanthropic personalities, taking a look at the core values that have defined and shaped their unique paths to success as well as finding out what compels them to give so much back to society. The series will be sponsored by UOB Private Bank.
The upcoming season will see some of the world's most famous faces including world number one tennis champion Novak Djokovic, H.S.H Prince Albert II of Monaco, world renowned cellist and United Nations Messenger of Peace Yo-Yo Ma, artificial intelligence pioneer Dr. Fei-Fei Li and award-winning veteran Hong Kong actor Simon Yam.
Tania Bryer, Host and Executive Producer of CNBC Meets said: "Riding on the success of last year's CNBC Meets with a special focus on 'defining values', the show will reveal the genuine personalities of these highly successful individuals from varied backgrounds who have a common goal of giving back and making the world a better place through their foundations and causes. "
Ms Ong Yeng Fang, Managing Director and Head of UOB Private Bank, said, "Our continuing support of CNBC Meets: Defining Values is natural given the importance UOB places on upholding our values as we help our clients around the region build businesses and manage their wealth across generations. This series and the personalities being profiled will demonstrate how values bring out the best in us and the best among us, and how leadership comes by setting positive example. "
Episode one of CNBC Meets: Defining Values with Novak Djokovic will premiere on Friday, 28th June at 17.00 (SG/HK).
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Note to Editors:
Programme air times
Friday 28 June 1700
Saturday 29 June 1830
Sunday 30 June 1930
Friday 28 June 2200
Saturday 29 June 1730
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