Reporter, Central Banking
Dorothy Ma is a reporter for Central Banking, covering the Asia-Pacific region from Hong Kong.
She previously held the regulatory and ECM beats at Ming Pao Newspapers.
Dorothy conducted internships at both the South China Morning Post and Mingtiandi and holds certificates on finance and quantitative modelling from Wharton.
She earned her BSc in social science with a major in international journalism from the Hong Kong Baptist University, which included an exchange at Lund University in Sweden.
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