Nina is the Bureau Chief for CFO Journal, managing the Wall Street Journal’s corporate finance coverage and a team of reporters. She writes about U.S. companies and their finances, including capital expenditures, cash management, fundraising, mergers and acquisitions and taxes. She also tracks the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on corporate balance sheets.
Nina relocated to the U.S. in July 2019 after three years with the WSJ in London, during which she covered corporate finance at British and European companies. Prior to her time with the WSJ, she worked as a U.K. Business and Finance Correspondent for German media group Welt in London and as a reporter in Shanghai, China.
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