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Rebecca Hancock



I joined Insurance Day in June 2016 from a business intelligence publication covering risk managers and insurance buyers.

My focus is to support the growth of Insurance Day’s strong content through breaking news and analysis of key market trends.

My main areas of interest are cyber risk, regulation, emerging markets and marine and energy. 



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