- With over 20 years of experience, Sally delivers up to date and accurate snapshots of the business including the global economy and world affairs
- Reporting daily over television and radio, Sally lends an reliable voice for business leaders all over the world
- Moderator, panelist, or keynote, Sally will provide attendees with knowledgeable insights
President Donald Trump, Brexit, the global financial crisis, Eurozone debt crisis, and the hyper-volatile financial markets—that’s just a snapshot of what’s been keeping Sally Bundock on her toes in recent months and years.
There is rarely a dull moment covering business and financial news at the BBC and Sally is a financial journalist who has been on the job for 20 years.
She joined the business team at the BBC in 2002 and has been presenting the early morning edition of World Business Report on BBC One, BBC News Channel and BBC World News for the past 10 years. Sally has also recently launched the BBC’s flagship business programme, Business Live, which airs every week day at 0830 on BBC News Channel and BBC World News. It’s a packed 30-minute programme that covers all the key business stories and gets the inside track from the world’s leading CEOs.
Sally has also worked extensively in radio including presenting Wake Up To Money on BBC Radio 5 Live and presenting the business on Drive Time with Simon Mayo on BBC Radio 2. She has also covered the business news on BBC One's Breakfast.
In 2014, Sally Bundock was named as one of the UK’s 50 most powerful part-timers on the third annual Power Part Time List compiled by both Timewise and the Financial Times. Sally is now a part of the judging panel working with Timewise. When not at work, Sally enjoys many interests. She is married and lives just outside London with her husband and three young sons.