Speaking Style; Louisa Bojesen covers a wide range of topics and her manner is both informed and approachable. Known for her energetic and natural communication style, she brings a unique touch to speaking.
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A longstanding anchor on CNBC’s global news programme ‘European Closing Bell’, Louisa Bojesen is known for her understanding of business in the European Union and beyond. Having worked on CNBC’s morning shows for over a decade, she is a familiar and trusted face for many who follow the day to day workings of international trade, interviewing some of the most famous industry experts and CEOs on the planet.Based in London, Bojesen also works as a reporter for CNBC U.S., CNBC Asia, MSNBC and NBC in a variety of countries, often working with LBC London Radio. In addition to acting as a host for CNBC, she also appears regularly on a range of other channels and programmes as an expert and interviewer.Also a contributor to a number of respected publications, Bojesen’s understanding and capability stems from a genuine interest in international business. Her early career was spent as a trader, meaning that she has first-hand experience of the role that many of the people who tune into watch her programmes occupy. She has a particular interest in the Middle East and has hosted and moderated televised debates from the area, interviewing prominent figures in business and politics. Some of her work in the Middle East has been for the World Economic Forum. Her work away from the studio also includes televised updates direct from trading floors, providing the latest market information available to viewers.Some of Bosejen’s most well-known broadcasts include her work from the World Mobile Congress and her coverage of political elections. On air at the time of the 7/7 bombings in London in 2005, her handling of the information as it came in was a demonstration of her ability as a professional and experienced presenter. Her presenting experience and her insight into international matters have made her a much sought after speaker. She has given presentations on, or moderated discussions, on topics as diverse as Middle Eastern Sovereign wealth, the Nordic economy, the banking system in India and financing the European infrastructure.In 2008, Bojesen worked with Concern Universal (a charity dedicated to improving the lives of those in poverty around the world through skills training and support), travelling to Ghana to investigate the impact of climate change. A CNBC documentary was filmed of their journey, highlighting the poverty but also the potential of the region. Climate change is a matter which greatly concerns Bosejen and she is aware of the importance of raising awareness of the issues it causes to those in the developing world.Bojesen was born in Copenhagen. She travelled to the U.S. in order to study philosophy, political science and medicine at Loyola University Chicago in Illinois.
Positions and honours
Goodwill Ambassador, Denmark