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Standard Insurance chooses Moody's Analytics for IFRS 17

Moody's Analytics will support the South African insurer with the accounting standard

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The cloud is a silver lining amid Covid-19

Covid-19 has put to bed any doubts about the use of cloud technology for risk and capital management. The pandemic will also drive more sophisticated risk modelling, as Ronan McCaughey discusses in his review of key trends in the risk software markets

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InsuranceERM's Technology Guide 2020-21 is launched and ready to use

The directory covers over 100 products used by insurers for risk, capital and asset management

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Moody's Analytics launches IFRS 17 discount curve service

The offering addresses challenges including selecting methodology for valuations of liabilities

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The dual challenge of implementing IFRS 17 and IFRS 9

Insurers across the world whose accounting practices are based on IFRS principles are busy preparing for the most radical shakeup for a generation. Cintia Cheong explains the basics behind those changes and how the industry is preparing

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The technology trends in risk and capital management

As re/insurers look to implement IFRS 17, manage cyber risk and drive modelling efficiencies, software vendors are gearing up to respond. Cloud and process automation solutions also figure highly in this year's InsuranceERM Technology Guide, introduced by Ronan McCaughey

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Moody's Analytics helps Canadian insurer with IFRS 17 implementation

Ivari is already an existing user of Moody's Axis

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Spelling out concerns with IFRS 17 reinsurance accounting

The IASB has revised the insurance contracts accounting standard to minimise mismatches in reinsurance accounting. This may be good news for primary firms and reinsurers, but other challenges remain, as Cintia Cheong reports

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Moody's Analytics adds accounting and reinsurance capabilities to IFRS 17 tool

Enhancements are a result of client feedback

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Figuring out profit emergence under IFRS 9 and IFRS 17

Gavin Conn and Steven Morrison examine how the choice of liability discount rate affects the expected profit emergence and earnings volatility under IFRS 9 and IFRS 17