Deputy editor, Insurance Age
Ida joined Insurance Age as a reporter in October 2014. Prior to entering the world of insurance she worked at a number of regional newspapers in her native Sweden.
Ida held roles including senior reporter and news editor before becoming deputy editor in November 2020.
She won the British Insurance Brokers’ Association’s Best Trade Award in 2020 and the Best Profile Award in 2019.
In 2019, Ida also won Headline Money’s General Insurance Journalist of the Year (B2B) Award.
The insurance sector in Birmingham is full of activity and has a bright future, according to experts who work in the area, as Ida Axling discovers.
Tysers has announced that Buesnel, who became CEO of the business in June 2020, is set to leave at the end of August.
Managing general agent Skyrisks has teamed up with technology platform developer Quotech to launch insurance cover for the advanced air mobility sector.
Car Care Plan has bought the assets of both Verex Insurance Services and its appointed representative Verex Assistance.
Flood insurance specialists have urged brokers to stay on top of how they can help clients as the number of natural catastrophe weather events in the UK continues to increase due to climate change. Ida Axling investigates.
As Zurich becomes the latest major insurer to introduce a club for brokers, Ida Axling investigates the evolution of these offerings, and whether they remain as attractive to intermediaries as they were in the past.
The broking sector has continued to see significant activity when it comes to mergers and acquisitions despite potential barriers such as Covid-19 and a dwindling number of larger targets. Ida Axling asks whether inflation and rising interest rates might…
Distribution and trading director, Sarah Mallaby, tells Insurance Age about her move from Allianz to Axa and discusses the provider's plans going forward as she highlights the importance of re-establishing relationships with brokers.
Biba confirms it will be will be putting in a response to the consultation which closes on 11 February as compliance experts discuss whether the inquiry could have an effect on the regional broker market.
Government body says "too many" insurance apprentices do not complete their end-point assessments as Davies explains it is working to redesign the standard in response to apprentices leaving as soon as they have achieved their CII qualifications.
The Direct Line boss succeeds Paul Feeney, CEO of Quilter.
Simon Matson, CEO, Europe, Middle East and Asia says Gallagher's UK Retail business saw 7% organic growth as he reveals the business will continue to look for M&A opportunities in the UK.
The FCA's Sheldon Mills fires warning shot on broker commission transparency and adds the regulator will "use its powers to intervene" as he issues 'Dear CEO' letter amid review of the insurance market for multiple-occupancy homes.
In a letter to the FCA and the CMA, the Secretary of State for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities writes he is "extremely concerned" about the pressure leaseholders face from rapidly escalating insurance premiums on blocks of flats following the…
Motor broker says it is reviewing its approach "in line with wider market changes".