A good understanding of International Financial Reporting Standards is crucial to applying them. Insurers in particular have to cope with specific complex and changing IFRS themes. In order to meet this specific industry knowledge need, we have developed a comprehensive IFRS e-learning curriculum for insurers.
Our unique IFRS e-learning curriculum aims to create a solid IFRS understanding, focusing on insurer specific topics. The programme is tailored to meet the needs of this industry and covers emerging topics. As insurers are currently preparing for the implementation IFRS 17 - Insurance Contracts, our e-learnings are centered around the relevant fundamentals. The overview below sets out the full program. Please note that this program or the order of modules may be amended to reflect insurance developments.
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* More hedge accounting e-learnings have been developed for banks and are also relevant for insurers.
Insurers have expressed an urgent need to increase the knowledge of their employees with respect to IFRS developments. Together with our clients, we identified relevant topics and the preferred learning tool: e-learnings. This will allow insurers to update their organisation on IFRS 17 developments that are relevant to their industry and to distribute this globally at relatively low costs. Anytime, anywhere.
Our IFRS 17 e-learnings are specifically designed for those in financial and actuarial functions within insurers. These modules are also of interest to those working within Reporting, Controlling, IT, Internal Audit, Risk, ALM / Treasury, Account Management and Tax.
The IFRS subject matter experts within our Capital Markets and Accounting Advisory Services group have designed the modules together with learning experts. They have extensive knowledge of and experience in implementing IFRS 17 for insurers and other financial institutions. In designing the modules, they have focused on the relevance and impact of IFRS 17, in theory and in practice, for insurers specifically.