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.
She was recognised by the British Insurance Brokers' Association in its 2015 awards ceremony scooping highly commended in the newcomer to insurance journalism category.
Body says new form will automatically calculate whether the applicant meets the criteria for staff.
She will take on the post on 1 August.
Conran has previously worked for Allianz and her appointment follows a number of changes in RSA's GRS division.
Consumer body's suggestion follows the super-complaint from Citizens Advice.
EY says Brexit preparations have slowed after the deadline for the UK to leave the EU was extended.
Insurer says Charity Risk Barometer will help brokers better understand the issues facing the sector and find solutions.
New initiative to focus on emerging risks, with underwriters from a range of different businesses taking part including Tokio Marine Kiln, Beazley and Hiscox.
Although brokers are not worried by the provider going into run-off, they have concerns over tightening capacity.
Figures from Plimsoll Publishing show average profit margins are 5.7% for the current year, after consistently increasing since last year.
Firm says new solution will help brokers better understand risks and spot opportunities.
Broker says one of the largest funding rounds for a European start-up will see it move into new territories and expand its bases in the UK, Ireland and Spain.
Adam Powell takes over as CEO as Sure Thing!’s Brendan Devine, Stevie Sutherland and Kevin Kiernan exit the business.
Gibraltarian insurer warns liquidation would be costly for creditors and could delay claims payments.
Bravo Group to agree loan worth £80m earmarked for acquisitions from major bank, as the business reports growing revenues for 2018.