IASB amends IFRS 17 to fix transition mismatches

Change relates to transition only, other requirements are not affected, says IASB


Storm Arwen insured losses could hit £300m

PwC says insurers have been fielding a high volume of calls after the storm hit the UK


ABI's prudential head slams risk survey results for neglecting diversity

David Otudeko warned this approach could affect the management of other risks


International tax reform challenges Ireland's insurers

Key findings from PwC and Insurance Ireland survey


Insurers reveal Covid-19 impacts on IFRS 17 implementation

PwC's survey shows one third of respondents have not started test runs


EU carve out for IFRS 17 a "distinct possibility", says IASB chair

Hans Hoogervorst's farewell speech urges transparency over use of carve out


Insurers urged to interact with subsidiaries for IFRS 17

Some insurers centralise implementation to save costs, says PwC's Alwin Swales


EU and UK endorsement: the final hurdle

Cintia Cheong charts the endorsement of the IFRS 17 insurance contracts accounting standard in 2020 and explains what happens next


Regulation and data are biggest IFRS 17 challenges for East African insurers

Though more than half are confident they will meet IFRS 17 deadline


IFRS 17 confidence level disclosure: ultimate run-off vs one year

Cintia Cheong explores why insurers face a tricky choice between the two different time horizons for the confidence level disclosure of the IFRS 17 risk adjustment