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.
Experts say employee ownership increases staff retention and encourages staff to work together, but take-up among brokers is low.
Move follows Cécile Fresneau's promotion to run QBE's European Operations earlier this year.
Executive director Graeme Trudgill says signposting service is a chance for the industry to come together and urges brokers to get involved.
Jake Fox discusses his plans for JM Glendinning after taking over the MD role from Nick Houghton, who became CEO of the JMG Group following its MBO last year.
Latest acquisition comes after it was announced that Howden is to buy the consolidator, creating a £6bn GWP giant.
The directory is set to launch later this year and the organisations are now calling for specialist brokers and providers to register to be part of the service.
In a Dear CEO letter to the industry, the regulator highlights that the rules, which came into force on 1 October, apply to all personal and commercial lines brokers.
Broker faces class action in the United States following a cyber breach in September 2020 which also saw personal data of individuals in the UK being accessed.
The broker, which was bought by Gallagher earlier this year, reports increases in turnover and profit for 2020.
Jake Fox succeeds Nick Houghton, who became CEO of the group after its management buyout last year.
Research from Ecclesiastical shows 61% of brokers experience work-related stress, while only 43% feel comfortable talking to their manager about their mental health issues.
The competition watchdog says it is considering whether the transaction could result in a lessening of competition in the UK.
The deal was announced in July and brings £65m in GWP to GRP's Northern Ireland business ABL Group.