New Narrative meets the demand among corporate and professional institutions for original content and intellectual property that showcases their unique expertise and insight. Our roots in Asia’s dynamic emerging markets, combined with our international team and presence, ensures these stories resonate globally and across cultures.
Our leadership team, editors, producers and project managers come from the world’s top media organisations, including Reuters, The Economist Group, Hearst, The Wall Street Journal, Euromoney Institutional Investor and Bloomberg.
Joseph founded New Narrative Ltd. in 2013 after accumulating more than a decade of experience in the global media as business manager of Thomson Reuters’ Trading China, a multimedia platform of breaking news and commentary focused on the world’s second largest economy, and a correspondent for Reuters News. Joseph speaks and reads Mandarin Chinese. He holds an M.S. from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism, an M.A. in Humanities and Social Thought from New York University, and is a graduate of the Johns Hopkins University – Nanjing University Center for Chinese and American Studies.
Jonathan co-founded New Narrative after over a decade in Asia in senior journalism roles spanning print to Internet broadcasting. Previously Asia editor for the video unit of Reuters News, he has also held positions with BNA (now Bloomberg BNA) and the South China Morning Post. Jonathan holds a degree in English Literature from Canada’s Dalhousie University.
David joined New Narrative as a partner in 2015 after ten years at The Economist Group, where he was Managing Editor in Asia for The Economist Intelligence Unit’s Thought Leadership division and global lead for financial services research. Previously, David was Associate Director of The Economist Corporate Network in Tokyo, chairing conferences and appearing regularly in the media to comment on breaking news events. David holds Masters degrees in Global Finance from NYU Stern/HKUST, in Japanese Studies from SOAS (University of London), and in Modern History from Oxford University.
Lorraine joined New Narrative as a partner in 2017 from Euromoney Institutional Investor, where she was the managing editor for the banking and capital markets group in Asia. During her 15-year journalism career, she covered financial and professional markets in Europe and Asia. In 2019, she became a board member of the Asia Content Marketing Association.
Lorraine holds a degree in German from King’s College London and a postgraduate diploma in newspaper journalism from City University London.
Katrina joined New Narrative in 2017 after serving as a business development manager for the Economist Group, where she led integrated sales initiatives in custom research, events, thought leadership and advertising for a client base of large multinationals. Prior to this she managed and produced investment forums and other events in Asia for Euromoney Institutional Investor, and also served as the Global Head of Business Development for leadership development organisation AIESEC. Katrina holds a BS in International Business, and a Minor in Economics (Honours) from the University of San Francisco.
Joining New Narrative in 2019, Edward has more than a decade’s experience in a variety of senior strategic and management roles with global media businesses, including Editions Financial, Informa, Clarion and Communisis. He has advised a range of major clients in the fields of finance, technology and the energy sector, specialising in strategic content ideation and development combined with team and business management. Edward holds a BA from King’s College London, a master’s degree from the London School of Oriental and African Studies, and is fluent in Spanish.
Arjun joined New Narrative as Managing Editor after several years at print and digital newsrooms in the US, India and Asia. Previously bureau chief at S&P Global Market Intelligence in Hong Kong, he has held senior positions at IBT Media, Thomson Reuters and the Washington Business Journal.
Arjun holds Master’s degrees in Journalism from Michigan State University and Columbia University, and a Master’s in Management Studies from Mumbai University.
Mohamed joined New Narrative in 2017 from Thomson Reuters, where he acquired nearly a decade of experience across a range of business intelligence and operational roles in the Middle East and China. Mohamed helped build exclusive multimedia hubs, including Trading Middle East and Trading China, that connected top portfolio managers and traders to a range of market-moving news and thought leadership. A native Arabic and English speaker, Mohamed is a merit-based tuition grant recipient from Washington College and holds a Bachelors in Financial Management from the Arab Academy of Science & Technology.
Kale joined New Narrative in 2018 from Thomson Reuters, where he led the growth of Hong Kong’s Eikon messenger community, enabling portfolio managers and traders to connect and trade with financial professionals all over the globe. Prior to this he held a sales support position at the Economist Group, where he supported the business development efforts of the Integrated Solutions Team in Hong Kong. He then moved to Asian Private Banker where he expanded its events and advertising business among private banks and asset management firms. Kale holds a BA in History from the University of Toronto.
Sara joined New Narrative as Senior Content Executive from Thomson Reuters, where she was a producer and reporter in the Hong Kong and London newsrooms. An experienced multimedia journalist, Sara began her career at Bloomberg TV in London and was also a regular freelancer at DMA Media and CNN International.
Sara holds a Bachelor’s degree in Politics with Economics from the University of Bath and a Master’s degree in International Journalism from City University London.
Jourdan joined New Narrative in 2018 from Hong Kong daily The Standard, where she was a features reporter.
Jourdan holds a Bachelor’s degree in English from the Education University of Hong Kong and a Master’s degree in International Journalism from Hong Kong Baptist University.
Glenn played an instrumental role in setting up New Narrative’s North American business in 2017 and continues to consult and advise on operations in the region. Previously he was editor and publishing director for the Hearst newspaper syndicate where he oversaw array of editorial productions and global media partnerships.
Glenn is a graduate of the Hearst Management Institute, conducted by the Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management and Medill School of Journalism. Glenn was a Fulbright Scholar at Tsinghua University in Beijing, and a Katheryn Davis Fellow for Peace at Middlebury College.
Robert is a South African journalist, consultant and author who has spent a decade working in Asia. His journalism has appeared on the BBC, Radio Australia, Voice of America, Deutsche Welle and the German press agency dpa, and he has consulted for numerous corporate and non-profit clients including the World Bank, the International Finance Corporation, USAID and UNICEF. His non-fiction book, When Clouds Fell from the Sky: A Disappearance, A Daughter’s Search and Cambodia’s First War Criminal, was published in 2015.
Sudhir is a Singaporean writer with fifteen years of experience analysing Asia. He is the author of Floating on a Malayan Breeze: Travels in Malaysia and Singapore and co-author of Hard Choices: Challenging the Singapore Consensus. His work has appeared in The Economist, The Straits Times and The Jakarta Post. From 2006-2013 Sudhir worked as an analyst and senior editor at The Economist Intelligence Unit. Sudhir has undergraduate degrees from UC Berkeley and a Master’s from the Harvard Kennedy School.
Kareem has over 20 years of experience in print, online and broadcast journalism across Asia. He has launched three successful publications, including Asia’s leading gaming magazine, which he sold and exited after a decade at the helm. He previously headed the Asian custom publishing department at the Economist Intelligence Unit, and has served as an editorial consultant for a variety of corporate clients.
A graduate of the University of Oxford, he has performed extensive volunteer work for environmental groups, playing a key role in bringing renewable energy to Hong Kong.
With almost two decades of experience, Nick began his career in news graphics with Agence France-Presse before moving to the South China Morning Post in 2001. There, he laid the foundations for more prominent infographics that were driven by big news stories such as the 911 attacks and Indian Ocean tsunami. Nick was headhunted by The Wall Street Journal Asia in 2006 to work as a graphics editor, he took on a variety of senior roles that included project leads and mentoring. In 2014, Nick started his own independent design business, expanding his portfolio to include designs for content marketing and whitepapers.