Juliette Saly Biography
Juliette Saly is a prominent Netherlands journalist currently serving as an anchor and reporter at Bloomberg for Bloomberg Radio and Television.
Based in Singapore, Saly covers business and economic developments that move Asia’s financial markets. In addition, She has reported on many major events across the region, from live coverage of the December 2014 Café Siege in Sydney to interviews with news-makers, including tennis player Venus Williams at the Hong Kong Open and Aston Martin CEO Andy Palmer at the Singapore F1 and Qantas CEO Alan Joyce ahead of the 2018 Singapore Airshow.
Juliette Saly Age
Juliette Saly was born in the Netherlands. She is around 30 years old. However, Her age is currently not available, Research is ongoing and we will update you on this section as soon as we have clear details.
Juliette Saly Height|Weight
Saly stands at a moderate height of 5 feet 6 inches and weighs around 60kgs.
Juliette Saly Education
She attended and graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism from the University of Charles Sturt in Bathurst, NSW Australia, minoring in Politics and Communications.
Juliette Saly Family
Juliette was born and raised by her supportive parents in the Netherlands and raised in Sydney. However, information regarding her family members is in progress. This information will be updated as soon as it is available.
Juliette Saly Husband
She has managed to keep her marital status hidden, however, a review is ongoing and will be updated as soon as possible.
Juliette Saly Salary
Juliette receives an annual salary of $ 34, 432 per year. This is according to Bloomberg anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Juliette Saly Net Worth
Saly has an approximate net worth of $ 1 million -$ 5 million.
Juliette Saly Career
She spent nearly a decade reporting on markets from the trading floor of Australia’s largest online broker, CommSec, in Sydney while holding an RG 146 Stockbroker Accreditation before joining Bloomberg.
Here, Juliette provided market analysis to international news organizations including Al-Jazeera, CNBC, Fox News, and the BBC, including coverage of the global financial crisis in Australia.
She started her journalism career as a radio newsreader and reporter before joining Channel Nine in Sydney. Juliette was born in the Netherlands and raised in Sydney and also received her Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism at Charles Sturt University in Bathurst, NSW Australia, minoring in Politics and Communications.