Sally Bundock is an internationally renowned financial news journalist, TV and Radio presenter, and speaker. Sally is best known for her role as breakfast presenter on the BBC News Channel, discussing the latest in the business and finance world and speaking to a global audience of more than 110 million. Sally joined the BBC in 2002 and has recently celebrated her 20th year presenting, showing she has truly mastered the role’s hectic schedule and 3:00 am call time.
During her career, Sally has covered many momentous events, including G7 conferences, historic EU summits and the World Economic Forum in Davos. She has spent her 20 year-run commenting on some of the most significant news stories of the 2000s, from the Eurozone Debt crisis to the financial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Her astute insight into the financial markets, and incredible breadth of knowledge has established her as a trusted business authority.
She regularly interviews world leading CEOs, politicians, experts in every field and has even had the pleasure of grilling some Hollywood stars such as Matt Damon and Will Smith. 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 previously worked for Bloomberg where she created and presented their award-winning evening programme, Bloomberg Money.
On a list compiled by the Financial Times and Timewise, Sally was named one of the UK’s most influential part-time workers and is now on the judging panel for the next generation of ‘power part-timers.’ Sally is a strong advocate for creating better work-life balance, juggling her role at the BBC with her blended family of 6 children, aged 11 to 19.