Serena Ng is a reporter for The Wall Street Journal's Money & Investing section in New York, where she covers the U.S. credit markets. She joined the paper in January 2006 following a summer internship the previous year.
A native of Singapore, Ms. Ng began her career in journalism in 1999 as an intern for Reuters covering the Singapore stock market. She worked for the country's only financial daily, The Business Times, from 2000 to 2004 before moving to New York.
In 2008, Ms. Ng, along with Journal colleagues Kate Kelly, Susanne Craig and David Reilly, won the Gerald Loeb Award in the beat writing category for stories about the breakdown at investment bank Bear Stearns. She was also part of a WSJ team whose coverage of the financial crisis was a 2009 Pulitzer finalist in the National Reporting category and won the Institute on Political Journalism's Excellence in Economic Reporting Award.
Ms. Ng received a Master's degree in Journalism from New York University in 2005 and her Bachelor's degree in Communications Studies from Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. She and her husband live in Forest Hills, NY.