Hong Kong: Bloomberg Television, the global 24-hour business and financial news network, today announced that the new series, “High Flyers” with host Haslinda Amin, will join the Bloomberg’s programming line-up in the Asia-Pacific region. Tune in to “High Flyers” on Thursday evenings at 6:00pm SIN/HKT with additional repeats on Saturday and Sunday at 11:00am and 9:30pm SIN/HK.
Shot on location inside one of Singapore’s most visible attractions, the Singapore Flyer, each episode features host Haslinda Amin interviewing members of Asia’s business elite from inside the famed observation wheel. Amin discusses the achievements, challenges, passions and the regional and global ambitions of these prominent Asia-based business leaders. The first episode of “High Flyers” featured an interview with Sandiaga Uno, co-founder of Saratoga Capital, one of Indonesia’s largest investment firms. Additional episodes will feature Malaysian entrepreneur Tony Fernandes, Group CEO of the leading Asian no-frills airline AirAsia and Ho Kwon Ping, founder and Executive Chairman of Singapore-based business group Banyan Tree Holdings.
“I’m excited to bring Bloomberg Television’s first Asia-based business interview series from the iconic Singapore Flyer,” said Bloomberg Television anchor Haslinda Amin. “We’ll be talking to some of the most celebrated and innovative business leaders in the region, using our unique location as a backdrop to engage in a new kind of dialogue about how business today gets done.”
Bloomberg Television’s “High Flyers” is sponsored by Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited (ANZ). ANZ General Manager Marketing for Asia Pacific, Europe & America Wendy Lim said, “High Flyers will connect audiences to the insight and understanding of Asia’s business leaders. These three elements – connectivity, insight and understanding – are core to ANZ’s strategy to become a super regional bank and we are delighted to work with Bloomberg Television to sponsor this series.”
Bloomberg Television, available in over 270 million homes worldwide, provides continuous coverage of the people, companies and events that move the markets and shape the business day ahead. With hubs in Hong Kong, London and New York, Bloomberg Television presents 24-hour coverage of business, political and world news, as well as evening programming including the acclaimed “Charlie Rose” talk program. More than 2,300 reporters located worldwide and in bureaus in Shanghai, Beijing, Tokyo, Sydney and Singapore enable Bloomberg Television to quickly cover the news as it happens, from where it happens.