Post journalists have been recognised for their outstanding work in three categories at the British Insurance Brokers' Association Awards 2017.
Post reporter Rosie Quigley won the Gary Hyndman Most Promising Newcomer Award for a piece on insurers leaving themselves open to cyber attacks.
Post news editor Martin Croucher scooped the Trade News Award for an article on the rise and fall of Gable insurance and Post special projects editor Michele Bacchus won the Trade Feature Award for her long form State of the Nation Young Insurer report looking at diversity in the sector.
Post sister title Insurance Age also saw its deputy editor Sian Barton receive highly commended in the Trade News Award for her analysis of what the SSP outage meant for brokers.
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