IFRS 17: the post-implementation phaseView Agenda
Key reasons to attend
Effectively manage data related to International Financial Reporting Standard (IFRS) 17
Gain a holistic view of IFRS 17’s impact on organisations
Discover future trends and considerations in the field of financial reporting
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About the course
The IFRS 17 regulation has overhauled accounting standards for insurers, and the transition has been a considerable undertaking.
Designed with a forward-looking approach, this course goes beyond compliance by addressing the work that lies ahead to transition to a business-as-usual model.
Participants will address the key differences between IFRS 4 and IFRS 17, discussing the specific implications that the new standard will have on the balance sheet and governance of their organisation.
This learning experience will also explore major challenges regarding data management and interpretation issues.
Participants will leave the course with insights into what the IFRS Interpretations Committee processes could look like going forward, as well as the impact of environmental, social and governance factors on financial reporting.
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- Analyse the impact of transitioning from IFRS 4 to IFRS 17 on financial statements
- Address challenges associated with granularity of data
- Transition from dependence on external support to internal self-sufficiency
- Explore how firms are redesigning key performance indicators
- Develop the skills to embed IFRS 17 into business-as-usual processes
- Learn about efforts to align IFRS 17 and Solvency II
Who should attend
Employees whose job responsibilities may include but are not limited to:
April 16–18, 2024
International Financial Reporting Standard (IFRS) 4 to IFRS 17
Data management and automation
Transitioning to a business-as-usual model
Embedding IFRS 17 into your business process
Future trends and considerations
The Risk.net resources below have been selected to enhance your learning experience:
Insurers: Are You Ready for IFRS 17? - Read article | Risk.net
EBA to scrutinise banking book models amid macro turmoil - Read article | Risk.net
LDTI VS IFRS 17 - Simpler, But Not Simple - Read article | Risk.net
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