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Ida Axling

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.

Articles by Ida Axling

Superscript partners with Amazon on business insurance

The insurtech start-up says Amazon Business Prime customers will have access to covers including public liability, employers’ liability, professional indemnity, cyber, directors and officers, and office contents & equipment insurance.

Interview: Paul Harvey, Adiona

New motor provider Adiona's founder and CEO tells Insurance Age about his plans for the business and why it will be looking to work with brokers in the future.

DNA Insurance confirms cyber incident

A number of phishing emails were sent from a staff member's account, and Ian Jacob, group chief risk officer of parent firm Aston Lark, says the breach was detected within minutes and no other accounts across the group were compromised.

Lucida names broking division CEO

Simon Pearce joins the business which includes Right Choice, Moorhouse Group and Bennetts, as Insiyah Davenport also comes on board as group chief risk officer.

PIB buys in Nottingham

JRT Insurance Brokers is PIB's eighth deal this year and will be integrated into its specialty division, PIB Insurance Brokers.

PIB's 2020 deal spend revealed

The consolidator's accounts show it spent a total of £92.8m on deals during the year, as it also reports increases in turnover and Ebitda.

Willis & Company rebrands as WF Risk Group

The Belfast-headquartered business says the move follows recent growth and acquisition activity, including its deals for Kennett Insurance Brokers and Playle Russell, as it reveals it is looking to expand further.

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