Nadine Hani is an anchor for Al Arabiya News Channel based in Dubai, where she presents and co-produces the financial news programs "Al Aswaq Al Arabiya", the highest rated business news shows on Arab television.
During the course of her work in Al Arabiya, she has interviewed some of the most influential decision makers in the Arab business world, and internationally, including former U.S. secretaries of the treasury Timothy Geithner and Henry Paulson, former president of the World Bank Robert Zoellick, Chairman and CEO of Disney for 20 years Michael Eisner, Chairman of Kingdom Holding company H.H. Prince Al-Waleed Bin Talal Bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud, and the Saudi minister of finance Dr. Ibrahim Abdulaziz Al-Assaf.
Nadine Hani's experience however goes beyond the newsroom to the field, where she has reported live from the NYSE, and has done investigative reports from major Arab cities especially Riyadh, KSA.
She has also covered and reported from major international events and conferences, including the IMF and World Bank annual meetings, and the World Economic Forum Annual Meetings in Davos since 2008. Nadine is often asked to moderate high profile conferences such as the panels at the World Economic Forum.
She wrote a weekly column for Lebanese newspaper Annahar.
Nadine Hani joined Al Arabiya in 2005 from CNBC Arabiya in Dubai, where she worked as a business news anchor, as well as hosting a personal finance show.
Previously she worked as a Private banking consultant for 2 international banks in Lebanon, ABN AMRO Bank and BNP Paribas, advising high net worth individuals on investment alternatives. She started her career in media presenting a daily summary of business news at MTV (Murr TV) in Lebanon, while working as a private banker, pioneering stock markets' coverage in the Arab world.
A Procter & Gamble scholarship winner, Nadine graduated from the American University of Beirut with a Masters degree in Business Administration (with emphasis on finance).
She is a Lebanese national, and speaks Arabic and English.