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Agenda for Insurance Working Group meeting

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14 Jun 2012

The Insurance Working Group is meeting in London on 25 and 26 June 2012. The agenda for this meeting is now available.

The agenda for this meeting is reproduced below:

 

Agenda for the meeting

 

Monday 25 June 2012

  • Introductions
  • Overview of papers for this meeting
  • Taking stock: Progress towards an IFRS on insurance contracts (for information)
  • Progress on the IASB's work plan (for information)
  • Progress on the IASB's financial instruments projects
  • Reporting back on previous board decisions:
    • Definition of an insurance contract and the scope of the insurance contracts standards
    • Premium-allocation approach
    • Accounting for non-insurance components in an insurance contract
    • Use of OCI to present the effects of discount rate changes
  • Presentation in the statement of comprehensive income, Presentation 'earned premiums' in the statement of comprehensive income

Tuesday 26 June 2012

  • Continuation of Presentation in the statement of comprehensive income, Presenting 'earned premiums' in the statement of comprehensive income
  • Adjusting the residual margin for changes in estimates
  • Estimating the residual margin on transition
  • Next steps

Further details of this meeting are also available on the IASB's website.

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