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IFRS 9: Managing the transition to the new loss modelling

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THE PANEL

  • Daniel Gelinas, head of IFRS risk delivery, Standard Chartered Bank
  • Jack de Leeuw, head of risk measurement, National Australia Bank
  • Wolfgange Reitgruber, head of credit risk modelling, Unicredit
  • Hugh Shields, executive technical director, International Accounting Standards Board
  • Jeroen Van Doorsselaere, director, global market management, finance and performance, Wolterls Kluwer
  • Moderator: Viren Vaghela, deputy editor, Asia Risk

The countdown to IFRS 9 implementation has begun. On January 1, 2018, IFRS 9 will take effect, and a certain level of disclosure will probably be expected from the market prior to this date.

The greatest implementation challenge for organisations has been the shift from an incurred-loss model to forward-looking provisioning based on expected loss modelling. With an estimated expected implementation period of three years, how far along the readiness trajectory is your organisation?

 

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