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Getting IFRS 17 ready for lift off

Despite the recent efforts by the IASB in proposing several changes to ease the implementation of IFRS 17, the new accounting standard for insurance contracts, some in the industry believe more needs to be done. Cintia Cheong rounds up the latest developments on IFRS 17 and the outstanding issues until its launch

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Consultation on IFRS 17 changes given green light

Proposed amendments as a whole meet IASB criteria for changes

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European insurance CFOs reveal top concerns

Few CFOs cite IFRS 17 as a major concern

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Actuarial recruitment: IFRS 17 delay pauses contractor demand

Insurance actuaries remain in demand for traditional tasks as well as a growing range of non-traditional jobs. But recruitment consultants are still waiting to see an IFRS 17-related surge, as Cintia Cheong reports

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Europe's IFRS 17 advisor appoints new chiefs

Chiara Del Prete and Saskia Slomp replace Andrew Watchman from April

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IASB will not change IFRS 17 aggregation requirements

But amendments for credit card contracts and risk mitigation option approved

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UK consults on oversight of actuarial profession

Plans to abolish FRC put forward following Kingman review

62029

Bermuda defends jurisdiction after EU blacklisting

EU judges island’s tax regime as potentially unfair and abusive

62002

IFRS 17 Conference: what have we learned?

The upcoming accounting standard for insurance contracts poses several challenges to the industry ranging from skills shortages to stakeholder engagement. On 27 February, experts convened at InsuranceERM's IFRS 17 Conference in London to discuss their approach to successful implementation. Cintia Cheong summarises the findings

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SSQ creates more than 200 roles for IFRS 17 implementation

Canadian mutual enters “production phase” of preparation