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Intro to IFRS 17 for Life Insurers
December 2019

December 2019

IFRS 17 for Life Insurers

Understand the Technical Challenges of Implementing the new Standard

Insight into Building Block, Premium Allocation, Variable Fee Approach and much more!


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Key Features Included

This 2-day workshop is designed for the life insurance industry. The aim is to
provide in-depth insight into the International Financial Reporting
Standards (IFRS 17) for Insurance and reinsurance Contracts.

Key Themes

  • Presentation of Financial Statements under IFRS 17
  • Reinsurance contracts
  • Transition to IFRS 17 and IFRS 9

Specific Insights

  • Solvency II Vs. IFRS 17
  • Contractual Service Margins
  • How to educate market participants/stakeholders.

Interactive Approach

With plenty of time for questions and case studies this workshop allows you to bring back specific and practical insights to your implementation project.

Meet Your Workshop Leader!

Sunil Kansal is an acknowledged IFRS expert and Head of Consulting at Shasat. He specializes in the insurance (both life and non-life) and banking sectors. Being a technical subject matter expert in insurance and financial instruments, he manages the accounting, regulatory and other technical issues impacting these industries. He has hands-on experience in assisting institutions such as AIG, Aviva, ABSA, Prudential, Marsh, HSBC, Barclays and many others European organisations. During 2004 and 2005, he worked on a number of IFRS (including IFRS 4 and IAS 39) implementation projects for some of the leading insurance firms in Europe, and then subsequently contributed in the development of phase II of IFRS 4 (IFRS 17) and IFRS 9 through various insurance lobby forums/groups in Europe. Now he is leading a number of IFRS 17 implementation projects.