In preparing for the future of insurance reporting, how can insurers make the most of the extra time from the recent delays in the timetables of both Solvency II and the new IFRS for insurance contracts?
As your business reflects on both the changing shape of the Solvency II timetable and the eventual move to a new IFRS standard for insurance contracts, how can you build a durable platform for regulatory and financial reporting in the future? Our partners Brian Purves, Paul Clarke, Gail Tucker, and Kirsty Ward discuss how your business can prepare for the transition to the new IFRS for insurance contracts in the most efficient way, including making the most out of your investment in Solvency II. They also consider the potential options for reporting in the 'gap' period between Solvency II and IFRS Phase II as the timetables are not aligned.
This webcast follows on from PwC's recently launched publication 'Laying the foundations for the future of insurance reporting'.