Martina Fuchs

Martina Fuchs is a former CNNMoney Switzerland TV Anchor based in Zurich and worked as Senior Business Reporter for the Chinese state broadcaster CGTN (China Global Television Network, formerly CCTV NEWS) in Beijing. Before that, she was Reuters Economy Correspondent for the Gulf Arab region in Dubai and Reuters Financial TV Producer in London.

Martina Fuchs holds a Master in International Economic History from the University in Geneva, Switzerland, a Postgraduate Diploma in TV Journalism from the American University in Cairo, Egypt, and a Master of Science in Global Finance (MSGF) from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) and the New York University (NYU) Stern Business School.

Apart from her CNN anchor role, Fuchs has hosted many top financial and business events in Switzerland, such as the CEO Summit 2018 of the China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) in Zurich, the China Europe Investment Summit 2018 in Andermatt, the opening of the world’s largest bank Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) in Zurich in the presence of Federal Councillor Ueli Maurer and Swiss National Bank Chairman Thomas Jordan, or the 2018 Swiss Management Forum (SMG) in Zurich.

She is also a seasoned public speaker, with a portfolio of knowledge in international finance and emerging markets, and has the ability to conduct executive cross-cultural communication and Chinese business culture training.

Such as the World Economic Forum in Davos, the Belt and Road Forum in Beijing in 2017, the G20 Summit in Hangzhou in 2016, the St. Gallen Symposium, and has conducted dozens of exclusive interviews during her career, including with the President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Thomas Bach, Syngenta CEO Erik Fyrwald, Bank of England Governor Mark Carney, World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim, Chinese star pianist Lang Lang, or Grammy Award winner and musician Will.I.Am.

Fuchs speaks nine languages, Including: German, French, English, Chinese, Arabic, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, and Swahili.