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.
The regulator has launched a consultation on the duty, which was first flagged in May this year, as it seeks to increase consumer protection and tackle harm.
Biba’s David Sparkes says the broker trade body engaged with the government "at length" against proposals that brokers could be made liable for any unpaid IPT, a proposal that HMRC has confirmed it will not take forward following its IPT consultation.
Government outlines the next steps and details responses from industry stakeholders, including brokers, insurers and trade bodies.
Co-founders Jack Bristow, Johnny Leadsom and James Mole say they aim to make it quicker and more effective for property developers to get both the insurance and finance that they need.
MCE condemns GFSC for applying capital add-ons on its Gibraltar-based insurance company, which went into run-off on 5 November.
Its latest risk report shows businesses are facing a "complex web" of interconnected risks.
The CMA launched a merger inquiry into the $3.25bn takeover in October.
Consolidator says it completed £125m of investment in Q3 including its purchase of Usay Group in the UK, as it reports significant reduction in loss for the first nine months of the year.
MCE boss Julian Edwards says Solvency II favours larger insurers as he discusses the broker's capacity deal with Sabre.
Bower-Dyke tells Insurance Age about his plans for the new venture and discusses why he believes there was a gap in the market for quality advice.
Biba welcomes the move as brokers were previously expected to contribute £60.9m to the retail pool for the financial year 2021/22.
Mixed responses from trade bodies as the government sets out proposals for adapting the UK regulatory framework for financial services post-Brexit.