Andrew joined the Post team as Asia editor in January 2013.
Andrew Tjaardstra in an experienced financial journalist who has been editor of several magazines including covering UK insurance at Professional Broking (now part of Insurance Age) and Custody Risk where he covered the international banking sector. He now works at Incisive Media's Hong Kong office as Asia editor of Post and chairs the Claims Club Asia-Pacific.
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