Andrew Jack

Deputy Editor, Analysis, Financial Times

Andrew Jack is deputy editor of the Analysis section of the Financial Times, where he’s worked since 1990. He was previously pharmaceuticals correspondent, Moscow bureau chief, Paris correspondent, financial correspondent, general reporter, and corporate reporter. He authored Inside Putin’s Russia and The French Exception and contributes to BMJ. Jack led the Financial Times’ coverage that won the 2011 Communications Award of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. He received the Media Award of the European Organisation for Rare Diseases, a Stop TB Award for Excellence in Reporting, and a Kaiser Family Foundation mini-fellowship in global health reporting.

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