Actuarial Services

A Jakarta-based team, serving the actuarial needs of business in Indonesia

Our local Actuarial Services practice, integrated with our global expertise, has the breadth of expertise and experience to advise you on actuarial best practice, identifying risks and addressing complex actuarial related matters. We provide insights and solutions for all businesses that face significant and complex risks. Our advice and support can help you manage risk and capital more effectively and provide a more informed, efficient and sustainable basis for value creation.

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Three simple ideas can take the panic out of your prep for IFRS 17

Three simple ideas can take the panic out of your prep for IFRS 17

Insurance companies have less than three years to adopt the International Financial Reporting Standard issued in May 2017 (IFRS 17), and many executives are struggling to get their hands around the technical and operational challenges they’re facing. The changes IFRS 17 imposes are so fundamental and sweeping that some leaders might be worried they won’t have time to make the necessary adjustments.

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IFRS 17 for General Insurers

IFRS 17 for General Insurers

IFRS 17 standard has been finalised on 18th May 2017 as a much needed, robust standard. It serves to address the challenges related to reporting under current IFRS 4, which allows a myriad of different accounting policies, thus resulting in a lack of comparability even within insurance groups. Implementation of the standard will be challenging for insurers, companies should be planning how to assess the impact for their organisation.

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Sharia Insurance Reserving

Sharia Insurance Reserving

Sharia Insurance (“Takaful”) is an Islamic alternative to conventional insurance which uses the concept of ‘donations’ from a group of policyholders to a risk pool fund (Tabarru) to share their risk. As the operator who manages the risk pool fund, the insurer will receive a fee or ujrah (under wakalah contract), and/or a profit-sharing contract (under mudarabah contract).

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Actuarial team at PwC Indonesia: Grow with us

 

Would you consider career opportunities in one of the most vibrant economies in the world? How does working with a dynamic team sound to you? 

Indonesia’s demand in actuarial expertise is high right now, not only in insurance but across the financial industry.

PwC is the market leader in Indonesia’s financial services industry, and it has an established Jakarta-based Actuarial Services practice advising clients on complex financial matters in such dynamic environment! 

 

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