Wilfred Frost

Wilfred Frost
"Closing Bell" Co-Anchor

Wilfred Frost is co-anchor of CNBC's "Closing Bell" (M-F, 3PM-5PM ET), which broadcasts from Post 9 on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Frost also covers banking and finance for the network's Business Day programming.

Frost joined CNBC in 2014 as co-anchor of "Worldwide Exchange" in London and moved to the U.S. when the program began broadcasting from CNBC Global Headquarters in 2015.

Frost graduated from Oxford University with a degree in Politics, Philosophy & Economics and worked for five years as a fund manager with Newton Investment Management in the City of London before opting to pursue a full-time career in journalism. Frost manages a TV production firm and completed a number of on-screen assignments for broadcast networks including ITV and CNN. He also founded The Miles Frost Fund, which works to raise awareness and funds for inherited heart conditions.

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