• Industry: Financial Services, Insurance
  • Type: Business and industry issue
  • Date: 1/7/2014

Webcast Replay: Business perspectives on the insurance accounting proposals 

Webcast Accounting Change for Insurers IFRS
KPMG’s global insurance practice and the IFRS Institute hosted a live webcast on the Business perspectives on the insurance accounting proposals. During the webcast we examined the critical business implications insurers need to consider regarding the IASB and FASB’s proposals. The level of change and the complexities associated with implementing these proposals should not be underestimated. Insurers will likely feel the consequences throughout their entire organizations.

To listen to the webcast replays, click the one of the sessions below:

America’s session

Asia and EMA session

Upon completion you will be able to:

  • Identify, understand and outline the different components of the IASB and FASB’s measurement models for insurance contracts.
  • Understand the business implications, including the impact the proposals may have on asset-liability management and product strategy and design.
  • Recognize the considerations to be given to existing systems and processes prior to transition to the final standards.
  • Determine the challenges insurers will encounter during the implementation period with respect to people and change management.

Supporting materials:

Towards the Final Frontier: Business perspectives on the insurance accounting proposals

Who should attend:

C-level executives and directors interested in understanding the business implications of the boards’ proposals.

Continuing professional education (CPE) credits:

Webcast content meets the 1 CPE credit requirements under the U.S. standards.

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Gary Reader

Gary Reader

Global Head of Insurance

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