IFRS 17: the post-implementation phase

  • Regulation, governance and compliance
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Key reasons to attend

  • Transition smoothly from project phase to business-as-usual
  • Achieve greater operational efficiency with IFRS 17
  • Discover future trends in the field of financial reporting

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About the course

Designed with a forward-looking approach, this course goes beyond IFRS 17 compliance and addresses the day two tasks that lie ahead in the transition to a business-as-usual model.

This training will help participants improve operational efficiency in their organisation, offering insights into the use of automation as well as the redesign of KPIs and the target operating model.

Participants will compare the IFRS 17 reporting and results of various insurers listed on the London Stock Exchange. They will also investigate financial planning in the post-IFRS 17 era, examining how to make strategic decisions.

Looking to the future, this course explores what the IFRS Interpretations Committee processes could look like going forward, and the growing impact of environmental factors on financial reporting.

Pricing options:

  • Early-bird rate: save up to $800 per person by booking in advance (refer to the booking section for the deadline)
  • 3-for-2 rate: save over $2,000 by booking a group of three attendees (applicable to this course)
  • Subscriber reward: save 30% off the standard rate if you are a Risk.net subscriber (use code SUB30)
  • Season tickets: save over $1,000 per person by booking 10 or more tickets (available on selection of courses)

*The 30% subscriber reward discount is applicable only to current Risk.net subscribers. If this criteria is not met, we reserve the right to cancel the booking and issue an invoice for the correct rate. Discounts cannot be applied to already registered participants.

Learning objectives

  • Transition from dependence on external support to internal self-sufficiency
  • Explore how firms are redesigning key performance indicators
  • Automate manual processes
  • Assess new operational challenges and solutions
  • Discover strategies to update talent management and training
  • Gain insights into environmental, social and governance considerations

Who should attend

Employees whose job responsibilities may include but are not limited to: 

  • Finance
  • Accounting
  • Actuary
  • Risk management
  • Compliance
  • Audit
  • Financial control
  • Underwriting
  • Financial analysis
  • Financial reporting
  • Consultant


September 24–26, 2024

Live online. Timezones: Emea/Americas


  • From International Financial Reporting Standard (IFRS) 4 to IFRS 17: what has improved?
  • Case studies 
  • Streamlining IFRS 17 operations and improving efficiency
  • Financial storytelling and performance management
  • Future trends and considerations

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Tina Mashhadian

Senior manager of actuarial, finance and data transformation


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Tina is a Senior Consulting Manager leading business transformation initiatives within the (re)insurance industry globally. She has over 18 years of experience in the industry with sound knowledge of both P&C and Life (re)insurance practices. In the past couple of years, she has successfully led the end-to-end IFRS17 ( International Financial Reporting Standard) and LDTI (Long Duration Targeted Improvements) implementation projects for large-scale insurers and reinsurers globally. She is providing cross-functional advisory and support to actuarial, finance, and data stakeholders in addressing the post-implementation challenges.

Kholeka Mdluli

Actuarial and risk manager

Grant Thornton

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Kholeka currently works as an actuarial and risk manager at Grant Thornton UK. She is an executive MBA scholar at the London Business School. She is an experienced life and risk Actuary with over 10 years demonstrated experience of working in the Financial Services Industry. She is skilled in data analytics, financial models, data analytics tools such as Prophet and SAS. She is a strong finance professional, a UK Fellow Actuary and holds the Global Chartered Enterprise Risk Actuarial designation.

Simon Miedama



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Simon is a finance professional and well-experienced Principal Reporting Specialist, Financial Controller and Financial Manager with a demonstrated history of working in the financial service industry, primarily insurance and banking. He is very skilled in the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), of which IFRS 17 is currently key. Furthermore, he is very skilled in investments (RBA/CEFA), Insurance, banking, accounting, pensions and Solvency II.

Martin Hrdy

Associate director, insurance cluster leader


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Martin currently works as an associate director, insurance cluster leader at KPMG. He has a broad experience with advisory services in the financial, regulatory, operational and M&A areas within the insurance market. During his professional career he has worked with more then 40 insurance companies mainly within the region of Central and Eastern Europe. He is a frequent speaker on insurance seminars and technical training courses. Martin is a licensed Czech statutory auditor and a Fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants.

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September 24–26, 2024

Online, Emea/Americas



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