Speaker Details

Andrew Jack
Pharmaceuticals Correspondent, Financial Times

Andrew Jack is the Pharmaceuticals Correspondent at the Financial Times. Prior to this he has held a series of posts including Accounting and Tax Correspondent, Paris Correspondent, and Moscow Bureau Chief.

Mr Jack joined the Financial Times in 1990. He was one of a group of journalists to be awarded the 1993 British Press Awards Reporting Team of the Year accolade for coverage of the Robert Maxwell affair.

He started his career as a public policy consultant and subsequently spent a year at the mayor's office in New York as an Economic Development Officer.

He graduated from Cambridge University with an honours degree in geography and was the Joseph Hodges Choate Memorial Fellow at Harvard University in 1988-89. 

The latest edition of his book, Inside Putin's Russia, was published in paperback in the US at the end of 2005. He is the author of The French Exception, and previously wrote the specialist reports Insurance in France, Networking and Life at the Top.

Andrew regularly appears on TV and radio.