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.
Brokers say pandemic is an opportunity for MGAs to grow their market share as insurers shy away from writing new business.
Legal disputes over coronavirus-related BI claims have put insurers’ responses to the crisis in the spotlight
After Aon stated that 70% of its staff are expected to take reductions in salary as the business tackles the economic impact of the coronavirus, other UK brokers reveal a mixed approach to the situation.
Commission states it accepts the National Crime Agency’s conclusions that it found no evidence that any criminal offences had been committed after it investigated loans totalling £8m provided to the Leave.EU campaign from one of Banks' other companies.
Simon Sloane, partner at law firm Fieldfisher, says over 40 policyholders in the dental sector are interested in pursuing action.
Law firm warns insurance sector will be under scrutiny as the level of litigation is predicted to rise as a result of Covid-19.
Mel Stride MP states firms are continuously facing difficulties in making successful coronavirus-related claims as the ABI says insurers are expected to pay out a total of £1.2bn.
The ABI and the Association of Consumer Support Organisations have developed a statement of intent recommending remote video examination and rehabilitation.
The ABI says insurers are expected to pay £900m towards business interruption claims.
The group of companies criticising Hiscox for refusing to pay out BI claims as a result of the coronavirus says it is also in "advanced talks" with a litigation funder to underwrite its entire legal costs as dispute hots up.
The market has been criticised for its response to the coronavirus crisis, particularly with regard to business interruption as providers "look down the barrel' of class action.
Exclusive: Stephen Catlin slams "unfortunate" lack of sympathy to policyholders in messages from the sector and pushes back at claim that the industry steering group on pandemic response is a PR gimmick.
Four senior leaders have left the provider as Axa XL states it is set for global restructure.