Nina is the Bureau Chief for CFO Journal, managing the Wall Street Journal’s corporate finance coverage.
She relocated to the U.S. in 2019 after three years with the WSJ in London. Prior to her time with the WSJ, Nina worked as a U.K. Business and Finance Correspondent for German media group Welt in London and as a reporter in Shanghai, China.
Paulo Basilio, the two-time finance chief of consumer-goods giant Kraft Heinz Co. who pruned the company’s portfolio and brought down debt, also trained up his own successor.
Schott AG’s finance chief plans to increase spending this year as the specialty glass and materials manufacturer sees growing demand for its products, including syringes and vials for Covid-19 vaccines.
Retail-trading platform Robinhood Markets Inc. doesn’t plan on spending significant amounts of corporate cash on crypto assets anytime soon, Chief Financial Officer Jason Warnick said.
What would a 15% minimum tax mean for business? How about the proposed duty on share buybacks? And what is happening on the international tax front? I discussed these and other questions with EY’s Kate Barton and Xcel Energy CFO Brian Van Abel at WSJ‘s CFO Network Summit.
How much cash should companies hold? Will CFOs spend big on M&A in 2022, and what will their capex spending plans look like? I posed these and other questions to the CFOs of Foot Locker and Nielsen at WSJ’s CFO Network Summit.