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Scott Vincent

Editor, News Services

London

My focus is to ensure we provide trusted and authoritative news coverage that is delivered through a variety of digital channels.

In more than 10 years with Insurance Day, I have held a number of operational and strategic roles including seven years as deputy editor, during which I held full responsibility for content of the daily newspaper.

My focus is now shifting to digital delivery of news content to ensure the information you need reaches you quickly and promptly through the most convenient channels.

My specialisms include major catastrophes and disaster risk reduction, having driven market-leading coverage of the record-breaking hurricane seasons of 2004 and 2005.
My other areas of focus include trade credit and political risk, as well as the vast range of risks now emerging through the rapid expansion of digital communications.

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