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.
By Bits' Callum Rimmer encourages brokers to step in after survey reveals gap between what motor insurers are offering and what their customers want.
Compliance expert Branko Bjelobaba urges commercial lines brokers to pay attention as the FCA zones in on fair value across the whole of the insurance sector.
The fraudster, a broker relationship manager, was sentenced to two years imprisonment suspended for two years and 180 hours of unpaid work after pocketing £106,000 for setting up fake insurance policies and redirecting claims payments.
The task force, chaired by Lloyd's, is comprised of insurance executives and aims to provide a platform for the sector to collectively advance the world’s progress towards a resilient, net-zero economy.
Research from By Bits shows drivers of all ages are feeling increasingly unhappy with their motor insurers, while only 11% of providers say they are actively trying to change their approach.
Niche brokers say they have no choice but to use unrated insurers as compliance experts call for a change of the "unfair" FSCS levy system after the scheme steps in to pay claims following Gefion's bankruptcy.
The organisation says the number of policies traded on its imarket solution reached a record high in March 2021, after volumes dropped in 2020 when businesses closed due to the pandemic.
Egan says RSA's turnaround phase is over as he discusses what the sale to Intact will mean for the UK and International business.
She succeeds Milo Bogaerts, who is moving to become CEO of Euler Hermes Northern Europe Region.
Provider says general insurance fraud escalated during the pandemic as it predicts recessionary factors caused by Covid-19 have "created the biggest fraud threat to customers in a generation".
Zurich states it remains committed to supporting regional brokers and keeping its presence throughout the UK, including in Leeds, in response to speculation that it had closed its office in the city.