Sally Bundock

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Sally Bundock (born Sally Jackson) is a news presenter. She joined World Business Report in September 2002 and presents its early morning edition, programming viewed mostly by audiences in European and international markets.

Early life[edit]

She completed an undergraduate degree in public administration at the Polytechnic of Wales then moved to London to obtain a postgraduate diploma in journalism at City University.[1]

Career[edit]

Sally is an award-winning[citation needed] financial journalist and presenter who began covering business news in the mid-1990s when she worked for Bloomberg. Since then she has covered many momentous events including World Economic Forums, G7 conferences and historic EU Summits. During 2008 she became a BBC news business news anchor for the breakfast news slot, often presenting with Jonathan Charles or David Jessel.

World Business Report[edit]

World Business Report was launched in September 2001 and offers a blend of news, business and sport to reflect the demands of the Global business community. She joined the programme in September 2002.

Personal life[edit]

She lives in London. She married Paul Bundock in October 1999 in Market Harborough. They have three sons.

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