The face of financial reporting in Asia, Bernard Lo, is going back to CNBC. The station announced that the Hong Kong-based reporter, who left the station more than six years ago for rival network Bloomberg, is returning as an anchor. But his new gig appears to be similar to his old gig as the host of Morning Call. Lo will host programming during the core business day as well as present a weekly half-hour talk show. According to the press release, Lo said: 'More than a decade ago I was part of the frontline at CNBC, spearheading coverage of the Asian financial crisis. Today, the financial challenges are universal and the impacts are being felt by all... I am thrilled to have the opportunity to rejoin the team.' We couldn't get a hold of Lo for a comment. If the move seems sudden, friends in the business media tell us that's Bloomberg's policy - there's no advance notice; if you quit, you have to leave right away.