IFRS insurance insights
We are increasingly living in a global economy—with trade and inbound and outbound investment a fact of life. It's no wonder capital markets have long advocated for globally recognized accounting standards.
Until recently, that common accounting language has been a missing link. Now, policymakers, lawmakers and regulators are working alongside standard-setters to provide a single set of high-quality, global accounting principles.
Benefit from our timely insights as your prepare for this transition.
Changes to Exposure Draft Insurance Contracts
IFRS 9 discussions continue
Insurance accounting alert
The International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) and Financial Accounting Standards Board discuss Exposure Draft comment letter responses; IASB discusses link between insurance contracts project and IFRS 9.
The taxing issue of IFRS 4 Phase II
Learn about the implications of this tax regime, and what adjustments insurance companies may need to make in response.
IFRS 4 Phase II: Operational impacts
FASB releases Exposure Draft on insurance contracts
The proposed model will affect insurance contracts significantly and will apply to all insurance contracts, including those issued by non-insurance entities such as banks. Watch our on-demand webcast on the topic.
IASB revised Exposure Draft released
The revised ED for Insurance Contracts is a major milestone toward global consistency of reporting for insurers. Read our special alert about the big news, and watch our on-demand webcast on the topic..
Use our insurance business impact accelerator tool (updated June 2013)
Have you developed a roadmap for implementing IFRS Phase II? Use our insurance business impact accelerator tool to help evaluate and overcome your key challenges.
IFRS / accounting change publication archive
Tap into our archive of thought leadership reports and gain insight into the evolution of IFRS / accounting change and its impact on the industry.