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Effective Systemic Risk Management for the Insurance Industry

The problem and largest challenge with systemic risk identification and management is that high-risk activities and high-risk companies are often identified only with hindsight. This article identifies risk factors and proposes a framework for systemic risk management that can be applied in advance by regulators, company management, and other stakeholders.

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IFRS 17 – Race to the Finish – Don’t Underestimate the Complexity, Even for P&C

The statutory requirements of IFRS 17 are forcing a massive disruption and ultimately a transformation within the insurance industry. No IFRS compliant insurer will be able to escape the profound changes in their operating model, accounting policies, and subsequent accounting system outputs and flows. This extends to connectivity and alignment with and actuarial systems and outputs—all underpinned by IT systems construct, data and reporting requirements.

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IFRS 17 – The Race to the Finish – Technology Solution Point-to-Point vs. Data Hub

The statutory requirements of IFRS 17 are forcing a massive disruption and ultimately a transformation within the insurance industry. No IFRS compliant insurer will be able to escape the profound changes in their operating model, accounting policies, and subsequent accounting system outputs and flows. This extends to connectivity and alignment with and actuarial systems and outputs—all underpinned by IT systems construct, data and reporting requirements.

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IFRS 17 – The Race to the Finish – The Standard vs. Implementation Realities

The statutory requirements of IFRS 17 are forcing a massive disruption and ultimately a transformation within the insurance industry. No IFRS compliant insurer will be able to escape the profound changes in their operating model, accounting policies, and subsequent accounting system outputs and flows. This extends to connectivity and alignment with and actuarial systems and outputs—all underpinned by IT systems construct, data and reporting requirements.

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IFRS 17 – Race to the Finish – Disruption and Transformation at Your Doorstep

The statutory requirements of IFRS 17 are forcing a massive disruption and ultimately a transformation within the insurance industry. No IFRS compliant insurer will be able to escape the profound changes in their operating model, accounting policies, and subsequent accounting system outputs and flows. This extends to connectivity and alignment with and actuarial systems and outputs—all underpinned by IT systems construct, data and reporting requirements.

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Consultants’ views of IFRS 17

Santiago Fiallos, Senior Manager, Actuarial & Quantitative Services, at Sia Partners; and Nazir Valani, President and Co-Founder, Valani Global share their thoughts on IFRS 17 implementation at non-life insurers. What concerns and challenges have non-life insurers expressed with their IFRS 17 implementation? Santiago Fiallos: A major challenge concerns data preparation […]

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