All insurance companies reporting under IFRS (International Financial Reporting Standard) will be impacted by the new reporting standard when it becomes effective in January 2022. IFRS 17 will result in significant changes to the way that financial information is presented, and adoption will require significant planning.
IFRS 17 presents opportunities to harness data more effectively, to improve the structure of your finance function and to better inform your decision making. Ultimately IFRS 17 is about what story you want to tell about your company… and if you really grab the opportunities that implementing the standard presents, imagine the sort of business you could be running in 2022.
Are you looking for an “out of the box” solution for your IFRS 17 implementation project?
At PwC, we have used the collective experience of over 190 IFRS 17 projects to create a one-stop-shop solution centred around an industrial strength IFRS 17 valuation engine.
Watch the video for a quick introduction to PwC’s IFRS 17 In A Box offering.
Date: Thursday 5th September 2019
Timing: 15.00 BST / 10.00 EDT / 22.00 HKT
IFRS 17 continues to evolve & develop. Join PwC’s interactive global IFRS 17 webcast on Thursday 5 September 2019 to hear from Alex Bertolotti, Alwin Swales, Gail Tucker and the IASB’s Nick Anderson to hear the latest developments.
Following the IASB’s vote to defer the start date for IFRS 17 until 1 January 2022, we have been speaking with clients across the globe about how this might affect their implementation plans.
Watch the reply of our webcast from 17th January 2019, hosted by Alex Bertolotti, PwC’s IFRS 17 leader, with Gail Tucker (PwC Global Technical leader), Alwin Swales (PwC UK Technology Consulting Leader) and Darrel Scott from the IASB board, to find out how insurers are using their extra time, helping to inform your own decision making - no matter what stage you have reached.
It is now more than one year since the announcement of IFRS 17 and the scale of the implementation challenge is becoming clear.
Watch the replay of our webcast to see PwC’s IFRS 17 leaders and Darrel Scott, IASB board member, discussing progress to date.
We shared stories of the varied ways companies around the world are tackling their IFRS 17 programmes, and discuss some of the issues that have arisen along the way. We also provided news of the latest developments at the IASB and the Transition Resource Group.
This webcast is suitable for all members of IFRS 17 teams, as well as other stakeholders in the business that want to get a better understanding of progress across the global insurance community.
As a leading provider of professional services to insurance organisations across the globe PwC has extensive knowledge of the issues and challenges that insurers face with IFRS 17. Helping you to plan and understand how you can use IFRS 17 outputs to better inform your decision making is our priority. Our credentials, capabilities and experts span across the globe, with over 160 IFRS 17 territory champions who are ready to help to support you in this journey. For more information and contact details of your local territory experts please contact Stuart Low, Global IFRS 17 Business Driver, PwC UK.
The collaboration with Oracle will provide PwC insurance clients with enhanced visibility related to near-term and ongoing compliance with the IFRS 17 Standard. Together, Oracle and PwC will enable broader risk and finance transformation as well as help insurers to adopt IFRS 17. Oracle will provide the data management platform to enable finance transformation and analytical applications for IFRS 17 with pre-built business rules, valuations, contractual service margin calculations and disclosures. The data management platform with associated tools, provides prebuilt integrations to the accounting and financial close process, enables integrations to actuarial systems and creation of integrated results for internal and external reporting with auditability and lineage. PwC will act as Oracle’s strategic advisor and provide consulting and implementation services and accelerator tools delivering tailored enhancements. Insurers will benefit from improved decision making, modernized actuarial analytics, and more timely and insightful reporting related to compliance needs.
The collaboration with Moody’s Analytics will allow us to provide an unparalleled end-to-end solution with a rich blend of domain knowledge, tools and execution capabilities spanning Finance, Actuarial and Operations to help insurers meet the new International Financial Reporting Standard for Insurance contracts (IFRS 17) globally.
Global IFRS 17 for Insurance Programme Lead, PwC United Kingdom
Tel: +44 20 721 31592
Global IFRS 17 Business Driver , PwC United Kingdom
Tel: +44 (0) 7764958095