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.
Provider says the purchases of LV and L&G's GI businesses will see Allianz become the second largest general insurer in the UK.
Aviva's chief distribution officer promises the provider will not exit any business lines as it cuts the number of personal lines products down to 40 from 400.
Tracey, who is chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Insurance and Financial Services, got 65.9% of votes in North Warwickshire and Bedworth.
Norwich-based broker will keep its brand and brings a GWP of £22m to Ethos.
The Alexander Miller MD, who is a Conservative cabinet member on Wandsworth Council, says voting patterns are changing and highlights her belief in the importance of securing a Brexit deal.
Ireland-based insurer was placed in administration in 2018.
CII survey highlights there is more for the industry to do to tackle the loyalty penalty.
Aviva's Hoxton location was set up as an innovation hub but will now host the personal lines operation for the provider.
CEO John Neal has emailed staff about appropriate conduct as party season kicks off after a year of revelations of sexism, harassment and donut-related smut.
HDI Global Specialty stopped providing capacity for the MGA, which lists Arron Banks' Eldon Insurance Services as a major shareholder, in February this year.
Provider promotes Stuart Danskin, who is tasked with leveraging regional broker relationships and deploying new products.
InsurTech Futures: Motorbike specialist says app will automate the customer onboarding process, enabling it to process higher customer numbers faster and at a lower cost.
InsurTech Futures: Start-up has also raised £15m, with Lloyd's of London chairman Bruce Carnegie-Brown and JLT CEO Dominic Burke among the backers.