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.
The combined business will continue to operate out of its existing offices and will be led by current chief executive officers, Mike Latham and Neil Campling.
Fitch warns that the FCA's potential ban on dual pricing can lead to "significant strain" as it declares a negative outlook for UK home and motor insurers.
Move follows on from its decision to pull out of nine business lines and sees CEO Beale and chief underwriter Illingworth step down from their current roles.
GI CEO Colm Holmes says the provider is targeting growth in SME and corporate and specialty and insists new strategy will not lead to more redundancies.
CEO also discusses Ardonagh’s latest set of financial results, organic growth and acquisition plans.
Business posts rise in reported income to £505.4m, while loss increases to £67.7m as organic growth hits 4.6%.
Software house's deal to buy Add Value Assurances follows purchases in Canada, Germany and Denmark.
Former Legal & General GI boss, Cheryl Agius, is set to take on CEO of insurance role as Saga reveals plans to bring together its insurance broking, underwriting and claims management businesses.
Lincoln will move into an advisory role for Compass-owner Bravo Group from 1 January 2020 as Scott Bennett takes on role overlooking both Compass and Broker Network.
Scheme has in total paid out £31m in premium refund compensation to 229,000 Alpha policyholders following the collapse of the unrated Danish insurer in May 2018.
A joint investigation by the regulators found that between February 2010 and July 2016 Stuart Malcolm Forsyth transferred excessive amounts of his own salary to his wife, and as a result paid £18,000 less in income tax than he should have done.
Business moves to the ICE Policy platform with plans to transfer its books of business over the next 18 months.