Shaili Chopra has been the Senior Editor and Lead Anchor at ET Now, the Economic Times Business News Channel. She has also held such positions at NDTV Profit. She recently won the Ramnath Goenka Award for Excellence in Journalism, considered the highest honour for Indian journalists.

She is one of the most trusted faces in Indian business journalism and conducts the big exclusive interviews. Her list includes some prestigious ones including Warren Buffett, Investor George Soros, Nobel Laureate Dr Amartya Sen, Doomsday Economist Nouriel Roubini, IMF's Christine Lagarde, Citi CEO Vikram Pandit, Global Guru Ram Charan, Billionaire Mukesh Ambani, Deutsche Bank's Josef Ackermann and Anshu Jain, PepsiCo's Indra Nooyi and many others.

She has been at the forefront of key global events including the World Economic Forum at Davos 2011, G-20 of 2008 in Washington on dealing with the crisis, India Economic Summit and the World Retail Congress.
Shaili has many prominent awards to her credit. The Ramnath Goenka Award is the country's biggest honour for journalists and she won it for her business reporting on the global crisis.

Shaili also won the News Television Award for the Best Reporter in India in 2007 and later in 2008, her business-golf show Business on Course (under NDTV), won the Best Show Award. She also won the Media Foundation Best Business Anchor Award. In April 2010, FICCI awarded her the Young Women's Achiever Award for contribution to media.

Shaili worked with ETNOW as Lead Anchor & Senior Editor. She also worked with NDTV 24 x 7 (India's biggest mainstream news channel)as Markets & Corporate Affairs Editor and earlier she was at NDTV Profit as the Senior News Editor-Corporate for over 6 years.

Shaili was also at the forefront of covering the Taj terror in Mumbai on 26/11 and was the first woman journalist to report live from the Taj Mahal Hotel terror site.

Shaili, though an anchor, is also known to break news stories and extensively covers the financial sector. During 2008-09, her series, The New Financial Order was on top of the crisis and its fallout. Shaili was the first to report the politics of retail in India and has also covered LN Mittal's buyout of Arcelor, done a series of stories on Tata-JLR and other big deals. Her series of programs on investment bankers in India called Dream Merchants was a first of its kind to be selected by a UK business channel to showcase in Britain.

Shaili's big interviews include JPMorgan's Jamie Dimon, KKR's Henry Kravis, GE's Jeff Immelt, Deutsche Bank's Anshu Jain, Douglas Flint of HSBC, Michael Dell, New Vernon's Arshad Zakaria, Nobel Laureate Dr Amartya Sen, Google's Nikesh Arora, Doomsday economist Nouriel Roubini, Microsoft's Steve Ballmer, Blackrock's Chairman Larry Fink, Sir Evelyn Rothschild, Citibank's Pramit Jhaveri, Stephen Bird & Sanjay Nayar, Standard Chartered's Jaspal Bindra, ICICI's KV Kamath, HDFC's Deepak Parekh, Soc Gen's Global Private Banking Head Daniel Truchi, SEBI's Chief CB Bhave, and other Indian bankers like Uday Kotak, Nimesh Kampani, Hemendra Kothari.

Among policy makers ministers like Highways Minister Kamal Nath, Planning Commission Head Montek Singh, Commerce Minister Anand Sharma, Aviation Minister Praful Patel, Fmr Finance Minister P Chidambaram, Education Minister Kapil Sibal and the Finance Minister of France Christine Lagarde and trade ministers of Netherlands, France and Australia.

Global corporate faces like Rothchild's Lady Lynn, LVMH's Yves Carcelle, Ikea's Anders Dahlvig, Hermes Christian Blanckert, WEF's Klaus Schwab, Pepsi's Indra Nooyi, Anand Mahindra, Kumar Mangalam Birla, Rahul Bajaj, Mukesh Ambani, Sunil Mittal and others.