13 June 2022, 9:00 AM BST
Debate the key risks, challenges, and opportunities facing insurers today
09 March 2022
Despite overall support for adoption of IFRS 17, the UK Endorsement Board has received pushback from some stakeholders over a handful of issues. Cintia Cheong reports on the concerns
08 February 2022
The insurer's IFRS 17 technical lead in Europe tells Cintia Cheong why the insurer will have to prepare for three different accounting bases after Brexit and explains the unresolved issues with implementation
15 February 2022
Chief actuaries have an established standing in the insurance sector, but they will need to embolden themselves to stay relevant. Paul Walsh reports
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Discuss the trends, forecasts, and risk/return characteristics for investments in infrastructure, real estate, and renewable energy.
Take a practical look at the implications that different interpretations at the IFRS17 implementation phase can have on your initial balance sheet, future profit emergence and ultimately how the business is run.
ALM, Asset Allocation and ESG Strategies for Insurers
The original CRO's hub for the insurance industry
The original CRO and CIO's hub for the insurance industry
LDTI is one of the biggest changes to North American insurance accounting standards in the past decade. With an implementation deadline of 2023 for large insurers time to implement is short. How prepared are insurers for LDTI, and what kind of challenges await?
The UK Financial Conduct Authority’s plans to reform the pricing of general insurance products has potentially huge implications for the insurers. The core proposal is to level out the premiums charged for new and renewing customers – a simple enough idea, but one could radically change pricing and governance processes.
Discuss the trends, forecasts and risk/return characteristics for investments in infrastructure, real estate and renewable energy in the post-Covid economy. The event is free to attend for re/insurers, supervisors and regulators.
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