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.
Ida has won a number of awards for her journalism and in 2020 was promoted to Deputy Editor.
Some brokers expect potential deal to re-energise RSA, while others criticise the provider's "poor performance" and predict an uncertain future for its UK operations.
The product has been tailored to meet the needs of motor garages and farms.
The hearing in the FCA's business interruption test case starts on 16 November and will be heard by the same judges that oversaw the Orient Express case, which insurers have been relying on during the court proceedings.
Keeping on trucking: General manager of Compare HGV Insurance Ian Pitt tells Insurance Age how the haulage industry has weathered the pandemic and what the future holds for the broker
Market outlines its ambitions for phase two of its Future at Lloyd's strategy as it seeks to modernise.
Belfast-based broker says it expects its GWP to grow to over £55m within the next twelve months as it hires Mark Hicks to lead the new business and Jonathon de Mendonça joins from Willis Towers Watson.
Research from Aviva shows over half of brokers are expecting economic decline as a result of coronavirus restrictions.
SME coronavirus struggles start to hit home for the UK broker space
The CEO tells Insurance Age how the deal came about and discusses plans for the future and how the pandemic is slowing the buying process down.
The broker has hired Phil Caffery to head up the new branch.
Ardonagh's MGA arm buys £8.5m GWP book of business from KGM.
Document shows Kingfisher expects to recover in excess of £10m in damages as it accuses the Fresh vendors of fraudulent misrepresentations.
Research from Premium Credit shows over half of SMEs have stopped paying for covers including employers' liability and professional indemnity as well as business interruption.
The case relates to premiums of over £3.9m collected by the broker before the unrated Danish insurer failed in 2018.
Seven industry figures have joined the forum which was launched by Peach Pi to collaborate on improving relationships with consumers and within the industry.
Amicus denied accusations of breach of contract and client poaching after DIG filed legal proceedings against the broker and an employee in July.
The group now employs over 900 people in 30 offices across the UK and Ireland, placing £440m of gross written premium.