12 February 2024

IFRS 17 Conference 2024: early bird ends on Friday

The early bird for InsuranceERM's 'The Future of Financial Reporting for Insurers: IFRS 17 and Beyond' will end this Friday, so register now to save 20%. InsuranceERM subscribers receive a further 40% discount.

Taking place on 18 March at Grocers' Hall in London, this year's programme offers the industry an effective and powerful forum to discuss 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.

Some of the agenda highlights include:

Addressing the outstanding implementation IFRS 17 pain points. Featuring James Clatworthy, IFRS 17 Data and Systems Director at Aviva Group; Sam Sango, IFRS 17 Manager at Chaucer Group; and Tim Culshaw, Head of External Reporting at Canopius Group.

Assessing the impact of IFRS S1 & S2 and the ESRS on insurers. Featuring Caitlin Wagner, Senior Policy Adviser, Prudential Regulation at the Association of British Insurers; Dr. Ronita Ram, Associate Professor in Accounting at University of Reading and Member of the UK Endorsement Board's Sustainability Working Group; and Philippe Angelis, Manager Corporate Reporting and Sustainable Finance at Insurance Europe.

Evaluating the approaches taken by insurers to IFRS 17 in light of full year 2023 disclosures. Featuring Asim Vikram Ghosh, L&G Retail IFRS17 Lead at Legal & General Group; David Wilson, Financial Reporting Director at Aegon UK; and Gunn Albertsen, Actuary at Storebrand Livsforsikring AS.

How IFRS 17 has impacted insurers' 2023 financial results. Featuring Alberto Messina, Director, Insurance at Fitch Ratings; and Jo Clube, Head of Group Technical Accounting at Aviva.

To view the agenda, register for the conference and claim the early bird discount, click here.