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Francis joined Insurance Day in 2022 as a reporter and within a year was promoted to deputy editor.


Francis joined from People Management magazine, where he was the news editor. Before that he was a reporter at Supply Management magazine. He has also contributed articles for The Guardian and the Frontline Club Charitable Trust.


He has a Master’s degree in international journalism from the University of London and a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) degree in politics and international relations from the University of Kent.


At Insurance Day, Francis supports the editor in the daily operations of the editorial team.

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London Lloyds

Insurance sector's interest in carbon capture market gathers pace

Aon has become the latest company to create a product supporting the emerging carbon capture and storage sector

International United Kingdom

Conduit Re premiums up 28% in Q1

Bermuda-based reinsurer says exposure to Baltimore bridge loss is 'within expectations' as it guides to 'low 80s' combined ratio

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Keeping a lid on cyber war is still a priority for Lloyd’s

The corporation’s chief underwriting officer is looking to rein in dispensations given when mandatory cyber war wording was introduced

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Double-digit UK cyber price decreases still the norm: WTW

The first quarter saw ‘exceptionally favourable conditions’ for buyers of cyber cover, broker says

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Year of elections unlikely to move the needle on PV rates

Despite concern among businesses about the unprecedented number of elections taking place in 2024, the political violence insurance market appears largely unmoved

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