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Call for New Zealand to align interim capital rules with IFRS 17 in 2023

The interim solvency standard is part of a two-phase review by the Reserve Bank of New Zealand

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UK annuity writers await crucial paper on IFRS 17 profit recognition

Cintia Cheong reports on how insurers and auditors are under pressure to reach a consensus on applying IFRS 17 to annuities - a decision that could seriously impact insurers' balance sheets

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Revise scope for IFRS 17 and 9 mismatch fix, say European insurers

Insurance Europe also asks IASB to clarify disclosure requirements

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Prioritise IFRS 17 and 9, European insurers tell IASB

Insurance Europe responds to IASB's five-year plan

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Brits brand the EU's IFRS 17 annual cohorts proposal "very negative"

UK's accounting experts give preliminary views on IFRS 17 endorsement

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UK delays IFRS 17 endorsement

UKEB was due to publish its final endorsement decision in February 2022

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Climate risk enables insurance technology to blaze a trail

Acute regulatory, shareholder and consumer pressure on climate change is fuelling increasing demand from insurers for technology to assess the impact of climate risk. Ronan McCaughey explains how insurance software vendors are responding to the challenge

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Global actuaries publish IFRS 17 educational document

IAN 100 incorporates amendments to the standard published in June 2020

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Hot demand from insurers for climate risk technology

Key trends from this year's upcoming InsuranceERM technology guide

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Comment: IFRS 17 planning all comes down to the transition

IFRS 17 becomes effective in less than 500 days, and planning for the transition is key