Ms. Nina Trentmann is a News Editor at CFO Journal, the Wall Street Journal’s corporate finance group. Her career spans over one decade and includes coverage of the banking, auto, manufacturing and technology sector in the U.K., Germany and China. Prior to her role at the Wall Street Journal, she worked for the German media group WELTN24 in London, Berlin and Shanghai. Ms. Trentmann studied at Bonn University in Germany, Georgetown University in the U.S., the London School of Economics (LSE) in the U.K. and Fudan University in China and did her journalistic training with Axel Springer Academy/WELTN24 in Berlin.
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