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Blogs by

Volker Mohr

  A new accounting standard for Insurance Contracts IFRS 17 was issued in May 2017 by the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) and It will be effective as of 1 January, 2021. Over the past

How many customers bought our product last month? Could our company benefit from switching to a different risk and capital scenario? How would our profits be affected if I decreased our IT expenses? What if

  Are you ready for IFRS 17? Financial Reporting Standards have changed many times in the past, but not like this time. This change will bring about a wide range of opportunities for insurance companies

The International Financial Reporting Standard 17 (IFRS17) was recently launched by the International Accounting Standards Board. This standard replaces IFRS 4 and will have a significant impact on many insurers today. Specifically, it targets transparency

Even though Solvency II has been on insurers’ radar screens for years, it seems that many enterprises were still playing “catch up” when the January 1st compliance date arrived. A survey by Deloitte shows that

Faced with a tough market environment and obliged to comply with an ever-increasing number of new regulations, CFOs of insurance companies are under pressure like never before. Here we will look at their key priorities

Upcoming regulatory changes will require new forms of reporting and data management. How should you prepare? Over the next few years, several huge accounting and regulatory initatives are set to fundamentally alter the way the