Scor and Prudential likely to benefit from IFRS 17; some set to lose out

Published in: Regulation, Accounting - tax, UK, Rest of Europe, US - Canada - Bermuda, ROW, IFRS 17

Companies: Deutsche Bank, Scor, Prudential, NN, Aegon, Swiss Life, Vienna Insurance Group, Just, Aviva, M&G Prudential, European Financial Reporting Advisory Group, Efrag, International Accounting Standards Board, IASB, Association of British Insurers, Unespa, Canadian Life and Health Insurance Association

IFRS 17 "increasingly likely" to be delayed by up to two years, says Deutsche Bank

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