Using Solvency II to implement IFRS 17 This publication explores how you can make the most of the similarities between the requirements of Solvency II and IFRS 17, while highlighting the key areas of difference where most development is likely to be required.
Redefining insurance accounting Many large insurance groups have carried out financial and operational impact assessments based on the IASB’s 2013 Exposure Draft (ED). This publication outlines key differences between the 2013 IASB ED and the final version of the standard.
IFRS 17 marks a new epoch for insurance contract accounting: PwC In depth IFRS 4, allows insurers to use their local GAAP, IFRS 17 defines clear and consistent rules that will significantly increase the comparability of financial statements. For insurers, the transition to IFRS 17 will have an impact on financial statements and on key performance indicators. This publication considers all aspects of IFRS 17 in detail.
IFRS 17 and the risk agenda video series IFRS 17 has major risk implications, particularly in the areas of:
We discuss these and other topics
Global IFRS 17 webcast (recording) IFRS 17 is coming – Why should you care about it?
During the webcast you will get:
- An overview of the accounting requirements
- Practical issues that your organisation should consider in relation to IFRS 17
- Expected implementation challenges