As IFRS 17 came into force on 1 January 2023, which trends are we seeing from the insurance industry in the choice of policies, methodologies and KPIs?
Insurers are also facing new requirements for sustainability-related disclosure that will prompt a review of their reporting processes and systems.
It's against this backdrop that InsuranceERM is organising its conference 'The Future of Financial Reporting for Insurers: IFRS 17 and Beyond', on 18 March 2024 in London.
Attend to explore the impact of IFRS 17 on insurers' fiscal year 2023, how investors and analysts have responded to the first year of reporting under IFRS 17 and engage in discussions on best practices for integrating sustainability-related disclosures into financial reporting.
If you are interested in partnering with us for this event, please contact Adam Jordan at [email protected], to discuss your specific requirements and the opportunities available.
Some of the key areas of discussion include:
Evaluating the approaches taken to IFRS 17 at FY 2023
How well are auditors managing the transition to IFRS 17?
How have investors and analysts responded to the first year of reporting under IFRS 17?
Outstanding IFRS 17 pain points – Addressing ongoing data, systems and process issues
Enabling improvements in business planning, steering and performance management through IFRS 17
The future of sustainability-related disclosures – Assessing the impact of IFRS S1 & S2 and the ESRS on insurers
Reasons to attend
We are proud that 60% of the delegates who attend this event are re/insurers and regulators.
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