Richard Quest Bio
Richard Quest (Richard Austin Quest) is a journalist from Britain working as CNN’s foremost international business correspondent and anchor of Quest Means Business, the definitive word on how we earn and spend our money. She is based in New York.
How old is Richard Quest? – Age
The Barrister Journalist is 59 years old as of March 9, 2021. He was born in 1962 in Liverpool, United Kingdom.
Who is Richard Quest’s partner? – Is Richard Quest married? – Husband
Quest is openly gay. He is married to his long-time partner Chris Pepesterny. The couple got engaged in May 2019 and married on October 10, 2020, in London.
How much does Richard Quest earn? – Net Worth
Her salary is not revealed. She has an estimated net worth of $4 million which she has made through her career as a journalist.
Richard Quest CNN – Career
Quest is also the host of The Express, a quick-fire update on the current market trends and business stories that air from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on weekdays at 12pm ET/5 pm BST, as well as Quest’s World of Wonder, an interactive travel series that sees Quest visiting a new destination every month and meeting interesting people who expose the heart of the region.
In addition, Quest acts as CNN Business editor-at-large and frequently hosts the streaming live financial show “Markets Now” live-streamed from NYSE every Wednesday at 12:45 p.m. ET on CNNMoney.com/MarketsNow.
Quest Means Enterprise, televised weekdays at 3 p.m. ET/8 p.m. BST on CNN International, removes the misconception that business is dull, bridging the divide between hard economics and exciting entertainment. CEOs and global finance ministers are making a point of being on the QMB. Guests of the show include the biggest names in finance, such as Jamie Dimon of JP Morgan Chase, Bill Dudley, former president of the New York Federal Reserve, and Robert Zoellick, former president of the World Bank; European policy leaders, including former IMF chiefs Christine Lagarde and Dominique Strauss-Kahn, as well as former EC president Jose Manuel Barroso, and some of the most influential.
Quest’s dynamic and recognizable personality has made him a unique character in the world of commercial broadcasting. He has regularly commented on G20 meetings and is attending the World Economic Summit in Davos, Switzerland every year. Quest has covered every big stock market and financial crisis since Black Monday in 1987 and has written from leading financial centers across the world, including Wall Street, London, Sao Paolo, Tokyo, and Hong Kong.
Robertson was one of the few Western TV reporters in Afghanistan when the 9/11 attacks took place. During the war against terror, he reported from all over Afghanistan. He was awarded the Royal Television Society Award for his Al-Qaeda training video series “Terror on Tape” Earlier in his career as a director, he documented the violent break-up of the former Yugoslavia. He has won a number of other distinctions, including two Overseas Press Club Awards and a DuPont Award. In 2001, he was voted People’s Magazine Sexiest News Reporter and received multiple Emmys.