Nima Abu-Wardeh

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Nima Abu-Wardeh (Arabic: نعمة أبو وردة) was the presenter of the BBC World News weekly financial programme Middle East Business Report until it ended in March 2015. She is of Palestinian descent and studied in London. She worked for Financial Times Television, followed by the Arab News Network, and al-Jazeera's London office.

In Dubai she also worked for the Dubai Business Channel as a presenter and journalist, and presented a live show on Ch33.

Abu-Wardeh is also the founder and chief executive of Cashy, and its spin-off versions, Cashy campus and social media platforms focused primarily of personal financing.

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