10 posts categorised "Insurance"
09 July 2021 Are UK insurers ready for the Solvency II Review? The Bank of England has set out the next stage of the Solvency II review, building on the Call for Evidence launched last year. How can PwC help?
17 June 2021 Don't panic if your IFRS 17 implementation is falling behind, get tactical IFRS 17 implementations are complex. Even for the simplest of insurance organisations, there’s a lot to do. The PwC IFRS 17 In A Box solution can help.
04 June 2021 How prepared are you for the accounting conversion to IFRS 17? Companies transitioning from IFRS 4 to IFRS 17 need to convert the basis of their general ledger. Here's what you should consider.
14 April 2021 The unknown tax impact of IFRS 17 We know in broad terms that the tax impact is likely to have a material impact on financial results and/or cash paid on transition. In November we surveyed UK insurers on transition approaches; including two key questions on tax. We reflect on the responses in this blog.
17 March 2021 Ready for IFRS17: Set your programme and people up for success The changes required from IFRS17 are organisation-wide - it’s crucial that you set your programme and people up for success.
12 February 2021 IFRS 17: How actuarial modelling simplifies your financial reporting complexities Financial reporting is never as easy as it should be. In this blog, we discuss the role actuarial modelling software can play in easing reporting complexities.
15 December 2020 How to manage interim reporting under IFRS 17 July’s amendment to IFRS 17 has created a policy choice for entities applying IAS 34 to their reporting. We show the impact this could have on your results.
09 November 2020 IFRS 17: How IFRS 17 provides opportunities for your people IFRS 17 is more than an accounting issue. As employers, you need to put your people at the core of the transformation.
10 September 2020 IFRS 17: How we’re working with Oracle Financial Services to solve data management headaches The blog looks at some of the solutions we have been developing with Oracle to show how you can get your IFRS 17 programme back on track.
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