Nina is a Bureau Chief at the Wall Street Journal in New York, managing its corporate finance vertical.
She relocated to the U.S. in 2019 after three years with the WSJ in London. Prior to her time with the Wall Street Journal, she worked as a U.K. Business and Finance Correspondent for German media group Welt in London and as a reporter in Shanghai.
Friday was my last day at the Wall Street Journal. I am very grateful for all the things I learned, and the opportunities I was given. It’s been a privilege to work with so many smart and principled people. Being part of the Journal has meant a lot to me. Thank you all!
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