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EY - Comment letters on the insurance contracts proposal Comment letters on the insurance contracts proposal

Numerous comment letters were submitted to the Financial Accounting Standards Board regarding their proposed Accounting Standards Update. Our report highlights key themes from those letters.

EY- IASB revised Exposure Draft released 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.

EY- FASB releases Exposure Draft on insurance contracts image 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.

Getting started with new accounting models

North American insurers shifting to market-consistent frameworks can turn to their European counterparts for immediately applicable lessons.

FASB's proposed changes to accounting for insurance contracts

The FASB's Exposure Draft (ED) is closer than some may think, and the implications for US insurers are far-reaching and impactful. Learn how to prepare.

Facing the challenge

The business implications of implementing IFRS 4, 9 and Solvency II.

Good Insurance (International) Limited
An illustration of common IFRS-based disclosures.

IFRS 10 Consolidated Financial Statements

A single control model that may impact what an insurer consolidates from 1 January 2013.

Key components of discount rates for insurance contracts

The IASB and FASB issued proposals for a new recognition and measurement model for insurance contracts in 2010. How will this affect insurers?










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