News editor, Insurance Age
Hailing from Sweden, Ida worked as a news reporter and sub-editor at a regional newspaper before making the decision to move to England in September 2013.
She undertook a year-long master of arts in international journalism at City University London and joined Insurance Age as a reporter in October 2014.
Ida has won a number of awards for her journalism and in 2020 was promoted to Deputy Editor.
Mulsanne says it has suffered loss and damage of at least £39m, as judge orders Marshmallow to disclose information relating to the case.
The CEO tells Insurance Age about his plans in the telematics and pay-as-you-go insurance areas, as he reveals Atlanta has another five or six deals in the pipeline.
Move comes as Ardonagh Global Partners makes its first deal in the United States.
CEO John Neal discusses Covid-19 related claims, the continuation of Lloyd's decile ten strategy and the future of the underwriting room.
Jelf, now Marsh Commercial, had last year accused DRP and three former Jelf employees of orchestrating a coordinated team move, breaching contracts, soliciting Jelf’s clients and using Jelf’s confidential information.
Market forecasts customer pay-outs in relation to the Covid-19 will reach £6.2bn on a gross basis.
The regulator's plan to ban the loyalty penalty is met with approval from the industry, but some criticise the FCA's approach as firms still do not know what the final rules are.
With the rise in remote working during the Covid crisis – and the increased opportunities for cyber criminals to attack – could brokers see an uptick in interest for cyber insurance from clients?
Hodges will become chair of RSA UK&I once the proposed sale to Intact is completed.
The CEO describes the experience, which saw the deal divested following CMA interventions, as an "extraordinary waste of money" as Ardonagh publishes 2020 results.
Ross says an industry working group was “on the cusp” of solving the issue around Covid-19 BI claims, when the opportunity was “taken out of our hands” due to the FCA’s test case.
Ten riders from across the industry are set to cycle 980 miles from Land’s End to John O’Groats to raise at least £25,000 for the Insurance United Against Dementia campaign.
Regulator says providers have paid out £192.1m in interim payments for unsettled claims and £279.8m in final settlements at it reiterates order to pay out quickly.
Acquinex has offices in London, Frankfurt, Warsaw and Copenhagen and the deal, which follows investment from Apax, is the consolidator's third this year.
The business is backed by Munich Re and will initially focus on UK property, including main residences, holiday homes, second residences and let properties.