Professional Adviser appoints Jen Frost as new editor

A busy 12 months is expected across PA and for the planning industry

Professional Adviser
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Incisive Media is pleased to welcome experienced B2B editor Jen Frost as the new editor of Professional Adviser.

She will replace Hope Coumbe in the role, who is returning to Australia, and Professional Adviser would like to thank Hope for all her hard work on the brand during her tenure. Frost joins PA following two years at Key Media's Insurance Business in Toronto, Canada, where she was most recently editor – North America. She has eight years of editorial experience across B2B financial services. She has previously held roles at Infopro Digital and Newsquest Specialist Media. Frost is a past gold winner of MHP's 30 Under 30 awards in the financial journalism category. Her other accolades includ...

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