Bernard Lo Biography
Bernie Lo is a Canadian media personality working as an anchor for CNBC and based in Hong Kong. He anchors Squawk Box, the network’s flagship morning program and previously served as a Hong Kong-based anchor at Bloomberg Television and also hosted a business news magazine with the Television Corporation of Singapore.
Bernard Lo Age
Lo was born in Vancouver, Metro Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada but his exact date, month and year of birth are not known.
Bernard Lo Height
His height is not available.
Bernard Lo Nationality
Bernard is a Canadian citizen and also holds a British National (Overseas) passport.
Bernard Lo Education
Lo holds an Associate of Arts and Sciences degree from Tacoma Community College, a Bachelor of Arts from The Evergreen State College and a Masters of Science from the University of Idaho.
Bernard Lo Parents
Lo was born and brought up by his parents but he has not revealed any information regarding them. It’s also not known if he has any siblings.
Bernard Lo Wife
Bernard is married to Wong Sze Man whom he met in Hong Kong in the early ’90s. Its not known when and where the two exchanged their marriage vows.
Bernard Lo Children
Lo has kept his personal life off the public eye and he has not disclosed any information on whether he has any kids.
Bernard Lo Spine Injury
Lo suffered a spine injury in mid-2018. On December 30, 2018, he tweeted, “Thank you all for writing in with kind words. Having a rough time with multiple spine operations. Hoping the upcoming repeat fusion will work after three failed procedures. Missing my CNBC family and can’t wait to be back with them and all you loyal viewers. ”
On May 19, 2019, he also tweeted, “Thx to everyone asking how I am. Multiple botched ops landed me in surgery having a 5 level fusion to fix multiple fractures and disc disease. Meantime please keep enjoying our terrific Squawk with my classy colleagues Nancy and Sri. Ok here’s how a 5 level fusion looks”
Bernard Lo CNBC
lo joined CNBC Hong Kong in 1995. After CNBC and Asia Business News merged their business TV operations in early 1998, Bernard rejoined the new CNBC Asia Pacific. After 10 years with CNBC Asia, he anchored for Bloomberg Television for 7 years before returning to CNBC Asia in early 2010. He currently anchors Squawk Box, the network’s flagship morning program. Squawk Box sets the news agenda in the region every day, bringing viewers news and views from the top CEOs, asset managers and newsmakers as Asian markets open for trade.
Lo has interviewed key business personalities including Bill Gates, Richard Branson, Larry Ellison, Meg Whitman and political leaders such as former Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd, Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, and former UK Prime Minister John Major. Prior to joining CNBC,he previously worked in Hong Kong with local Hong Kong station ATV and then moved to TVB, then hosted a business news magazine with the Television Corporation of Singapore.
Bernard Lo Awards
Bernard has won the Best Current Affairs Presenter trophy at the 2000 Asian Television Awards and won the same award in 2011. He also won the Best News Anchor Award at the same awards in 2013 and won the Silver Medal for Best Anchor at the New York Festivals Film and Television Awards in 2014.
Bernard Lo Salary
His estimated annual salary is not available.
Bernard Lo Net Worth
His estimated net worth is unavailable.