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IFRS Insurance Webcast: Counting down to IFRS 17

When Oct 02, 2018
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Join us on Tuesday, October 2, for our next live webcast summarizing the outcomes of the IFRS 17 Transition Resource Group's latest meeting.

The TRG met for the third time on September 26 and 27 to continue its discussions on the implementation of IFRS 17, focusing on the following agenda items:

  • Insurance risk consequent to an incurred claim;
  • Determining discount rates using a top-down approach;
  • Commissions and reinstatement premiums in reinsurance contracts issued;
  • Premium experience adjustments related to current or past service;
  • Cash flows outside the contract boundary at initial recognition;
  • Recovery of acquisition cash flows;
  • Premium waivers;
  • Group insurance policies;
  • Industry pools managed by an association;
  • Annual cohorts for contracts that share in the return of a specified pool of underlying items; and
  • Report on other submissions not tabled for individual discussion.

On October 2, Francesco Nagari, Global IFRS Insurance Leader and a member of the IFRS 17 TRG, will summarize the group's discussions. At the end of the webcast, participants are invited to join in a live Q&A session.

Join online: https://meet.deloitte.com.hk/hkmeetingsupport/DSSRNYP0

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