Bernie Lo is a 28 year veteran of Asian business television. Based at CNBC's Hong Kong studios, he anchors Squawk Box, the network's flagship morning program. Squawk Box sets the news agenda in the region every day, bringing viewers news and views from the top CEOs, asset managers and newsmakers as Asian markets open for trade.
Lo has interviewed key business personalities including Bill Gates, Richard Branson, Larry Ellison, Meg Whitman and political leaders such as former Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd, Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, and former UK Prime Minister John Major.
Lo is the recipient of multiple awards at the Asian Television Awards including "Best News Anchor" in 2013, and "Best Current Affairs Presenter" in 2000 and well as 2011. He also won the New York Festivals Silver World Medal for Best News Anchor at the 2014 International Television and Film Awards.
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