Manus Cranny Biography
Manus Cranny is a British journalist currently working at Bloomberg as an anchor. He co-anchors “Bloomberg Daybreak: the Middle East,” airing weekdays at 8 am in the U.A.E., Sundays through Thursdays on Bloomberg Television and Radio.
In addition, Crabby co-anchors “Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe” on Bloomberg Television and Radio from Dubai, between 10.00 – 11.30 am in the U.A.E.
Manus Cranny Age
Manus Cranny was born in the United States. He is around 50 years old. However, His age is currently not available, a review is ongoing will update it as soon as it is available.
Manus Cranny Height|Weight
Cranny stands at an average height of 5 feet 7 inches and weighs around 70kgs.
Manus Cranny Education
He attended and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Management from Queen’s University Belfast. Later, Cranny obtained PGDip in Public Relations from the University of the Arts London.
Manus Cranny Family
Manus was born in the United States to his loving and caring parents. However, information regarding his family members is under review and will be updated as soon as available.
Manus Cranny Wife
He likes to keep his marital status hidden, however, this information will be updated as soon as it is available.
Manus Cranny salary
Manus earns an annual salary of $ 67, 890 per year. This is according to Bloomberg News anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Manus Cranny Net Worth
Cranny has an approximate net worth of $ 1 million – $ 5 million.
Manus Cranny Career
He attended and graduated from Queen’s University Belfast with a Bachelor of Science degree in Management. Manus brings more than 30 years of business, finance, and media experience to his role as co-anchor at Bloomberg. Cranny was a markets reporter for CNBC Europe before joining Bloomberg in 2010.
Manus started his career in boutique fund management for high-net-worth investors. Cranny became a London-based institutional broker at First Chicago Bank, covering futures, options, derivatives, and bonds for institutional investors in the Middle East. He also worked as head of sales at MF Global’s Private Client division in London and head of sales at Cantor Index, part of Cantor Fitzgerald L.P.
He has broken many of the market’s biggest stories. They include the Publicis/Omnicom and Holcim/Lafarge mergers, worth $35 billion and €42 billion respectively.
In addition, Manus has interviewed a wide range of prominent figures in global business and finance, including former Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis, EU President Martin Schulz, UBS Group CEO Sergio Ermotti, RBS CEO Ross McEwan, and Barclays CEO Jes Staley.