1 minute read 18 Jun 2019
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IFRS banking conference 2019: planning and managing change

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EY UK

Multidisciplinary professional services organisation

1 minute read 18 Jun 2019

IFRS banking conference | London, 18 June 2019

The EY annual UK International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) banking conference, attended by banks, regulators and standard-setters from across the country, included a look at the ongoing challenges arising from changes to accounting and regulatory rules, and how to plan and manage these.

Sessions included points of view from banks, regulators and standard-setters:

  • An update from the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) on recent activities impacting banks and financial institutions
  • Through the looking glass: FS regulatory developments
  • IBOR Transition for banks and corporates: A panel discussion
  • An analyst view of IFRS 9 impairment and what banks disclosed in 2018
  • IFRS hot topics and accounting in the digital age
  • Insight into the finance function of the future
  • Integrated reporting and climate risk
  • Brexit for financial services.

Read a summary of insights from discussions with leading specialists and peers across the banking industry, as well as the findings of real-time polls taken during the conference. We hope you find the contents useful in planning and managing upcoming changes.

Summary

We hope the conference findings help clarify the changes to accounting and regulatory rules, the ongoing challenges arising from these that the banking industry now faces, and how to plan and manage them.