The show goes on air starting Tuesday, August 14, at 10.30 pm
BestMediaInfo Bureau | Delhi | August 14, 2012
ET NOW, the channel that is Always Thinking Markets, is launching a new show “Global Insights with Punita Kumar Sinha”. The 8-part series will focus on global trends and analyse their impact on India. The show goes on air starting Tuesday, August 14, at 10.30 pm.
The show host Punita Kumar Sinha has more than 20 years of experience in asset management in international and emerging markets. Prior to founding Pacific Paradigm Advisors in 2012, where she is a Managing Partner, Kumar-Sinha was Head of Blackstone Asia Advisors L.L.C. and its Chief Investment Officer, and was a Senior Managing Director of The Blackstone Group L.P. Prior to Blackstone, Kumar-Sinha worked with Oppenheimer, Battery March (a Legg Mason company), and Standish Ayer.
On this occasion, R. Sridharan, Executive Editor of ET NOW said, “ET NOW is constantly innovating and introducing new shows to enrich its viewers. Global Insights aims to offer our viewers high-quality discussions between a seasoned fund manager and renowned global experts on key economic issues, making it the first show of its kind on business television.”
Commenting on the show, Kumar-Sinha said, "I am excited to be doing this show on ET NOW, and I am confident that the viewers who tune in to watch my show will benefit from the take-aways they get on the global economy in the context of India. This initiative is part of ET NOW's efforts as it continues to appeal to a cross section of viewers through its sharply-focused and high-quality markets programming."
The show will delve into some of the most pressing issues facing the global economy today: from the fate of the US economy’s tentative recovery to the inevitability of Euro zone break-up to China’s hard landing to India’s economic future in the face of global slowdown.
Each episode will feature special guests, including Harvard’s Kenneth Rogoff, Stanford’s John Taylor, Chicago University’s Raghuram Rajan, Templeton’s Mark Mobius, and India’s own ace investor Rakesh Jhunjhunwala.