Based in Singapore, Nancy Hungerford is a General Assignment Reporter and Anchor of CNBC's Capital Connection, covering corporate, economic and geopolitical events.
Raised in Detroit, Nancy is a car enthusiast and began her on-air career at the Geneva Motor Show. She spearheaded coverage of the Volkswagen diesel scandal and conducted one of the first interviews with CEO Matthias Müller in his new position.
Nancy has spent considerable time on the tech trail, speaking to CEOs and entrepreneurs at Money2020, Slush and VivaTech. She has moderated panels with industry leaders including John Chambers and Blythe Masters.
While based in London, Nancy played a key role in the network's coverage of the EU referendum and the French elections, reporting overnight on the results for Asian viewers and travelling to Brussels and France for reaction on the continent. She has also spoken to Heads of State, Finance Ministers and Foreign Ministers during regular meetings in Brussels.
Nancy has a keen interest in Latin America and previously led coverage of the Brazilian elections and the Petrobras scandal.
Nancy joined CNBC Europe in 2012 as a producer, helping to oversee the re-launch of Worldwide Exchange from 2014. She has reported on global financial markets for eight years, previously working for News Corporation in London and the Fox Business Network in New York. Nancy received a Masters Degree in European Political Economy from the London School of Economics and a B.A. in Foreign Affairs and History from the University of Virginia.
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