A former Londoner and current New Yorker, Nischinta Amarnath has extensively covered the euro debt crisis, the Libor scandal of 2012, the fiscal cliff, the London 2012 Olympics, JPMorgan's trading losses, Dodd-Frank rules, the US presidential elections 2012, and Citigroup's relationship with federal financial regulators. Earlier on, her breaking-news commentary on a wealthy Middle Eastern company drove an international digital campaign that led to the release of 112 Indian migrant workers detained in Bahrain for six years. More recently, she was a public diplomacy consultant to the UK Government, leading all communications and stakeholder engagement efforts for GREAT, an international investment promotion program currently active in 86 countries. She has also authored a few books and journal articles, including The Voyage to Excellence, a book on women business leaders, published in 2005.
Nischinta Amarnath is an Economics and Finance major with post-graduate degrees in media sociology and financial journalism from the London School of Economics and Columbia University, where she was a James W. Robins Business Reporting Fellow, thanks to a legendary Pulitzer-prizewinning journalist.
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