Serena Ng

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Serena Ng
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Occupation Reporter
Employer Wall Street Journal
Location New York, NY USA
Twitter @SerenaNgWSJ
LinkedIn Profile
Website www.wsj.com

Serena Ng is a New York-based reporter for the Wall Street Journal covering U.S. financial exchanges and the credit derivatives sector. [1]

Background[edit]

In 2008, Ng was part of a team of WSJ reporters who won a Gerald Loeb business journalism award for Beat Writing. [2]Before attending NYU’s Business and Economic Reporting program in 2004-2005, Ng worked for four years as a corporate news reporter at The Business Times, a financial newspaper in Singapore.

Education[edit]

Ng holds a bachelor’s degree in communications from Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. [3]

References[edit]

  1. Hedge Funds May Get AIG Cash. Wall Street Journal.
  2. 2008 Winners Gerald Loeb Awards. UCLA Anderson School of Management.
  3. WSJ NYU Student Fellowship. New York University.
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