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Nigel Stevenson

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Nigel was the main TV anchor for Bloomberg television from December 1996 to March 2009 where he was responsible for shaping the editorial and show format since the channel's inception.

Five years of presenting the channel's flagship morning show; reporting financial, world news and sport; extensive OB experience, including from London Stock Exchange, Bank of England and Westminster on key dates in financial calendar has given Nigel a unique insight into the world of financial broadcasting with the ability to work well under pressure.

Nigel always invests extensive research for guest interviews, preferring always to use own questions to probe and direct interviews in desired way.

Nigel was invited by Bloomberg to present the prestigious 'For the Record' series of interviews with CEOs from several FTSE 100 companies including BT, Diageo, BAT, Imperial Tobacco and Royal KPN in the Netherlands. As a result he has worked closely with CEOs, such as Ben Verwaayen, Paul Walsh and Sir Richard Branson to create programmes which addressed critical issues facing their organizations. This resulted in breaking news such as the announcement via the show of Imperial Tobacco's decision to launch in the US market.

Nigel is interested in most sports, French culture and literature, travel. He is fluent in French with two years experience of working abroad, as a teacher and as a hockey coach.

Nigel Stevenson is an ideal conference chair.

 
"Everything went well and Nigel was fantastic!"   Nigel hosted the Private Asset Management Awards dinner in New York - February 2011

"Nigel was terrific and I greatly enjoyed meeting him. We will be asking him to do far more going forward with us."  AEP Advertising on Nigel Stevenson - July 2009

 

The main TV anchor for Bloomberg television from 1996 to 2009 where he was responsible for shaping the editorial and show format since the channel's inception. A successful business correspondent and journalist who is now at Reuters.

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