Asian insurer uses Aptitude Software to address IFRS 17 and 9

FWD is one of the first insurers to start implementation process


FRC leads calls for insurers' help in "simplified" IFRS 17 study

Insurers are being sought out for advice ahead of IFRS 17 implementation in 2021


IFRS 17 could increase cost of capital for European insurers

Numerous insurance executives have criticised the accounting standard


UK regulator responds to MPs' criticism of Solvency II

Reconsidering approach to dynamic VA and calculation of transitional measures


Industry faces "extreme challenges" in IFRS 17 implementation

Less than 10% of surveyed firms have implemented solutions


Hong Kong approves IFRS 17 but concerned by timing and consistency

Date of introduction coincides with new capital regime, putting burden on smaller firms


IFRS 17 could influence business models and ratings, says Fitch

Transition will bring significant challenges to recognising profits


IFRS 17 throws down technology challenge to insurers

There is no single technology vendor offering a solution to the recently announced accounting standard, IFRS 17, and several parts will have to be custom built, according to PwC's Richard Hart. He caught up with Christopher Cundy to talk about about the opportunities these challenges present and the strategies the industry is taking


IFRS 17 skills shortage a bigger concern than budget availability, says survey

Insurers less prepared for IFRS 17 than IFRS 9


Implementing IFRS 17 will cost Munich Re "triple-digit millions"

CFO Jörg Schneider says introduction should be postponed