IFRS 17 means more complexity for insurers everywhere. So with the aim of bringing some much needed clarity, we spoke with Kevin Griffith, Partner and Global IFRS 17 Lead at EY, about how implementation and its necessary changes will affect insurance firms.

A specialist in IFRS 17, Kevin has spent 20 years in the industry and provides a wealth of insight and guidance. He is also leading a number of global IFRS 17 engagements with clients in Europe, where he’s seeing the successes and challenges of implementation up close.

We discussed the:

  • The impact of IFRS 17
  • Short and long term implementation challenges
  • Need for insurers to act early
  • Challenge and importance of 'explainability'
  • Reduce your dependency on IT with a rapid implementation
  • Creating the ideal solution
  • Three things we should all remember
Download the paper for a practical view on the changes and challenges of IFRS 17 for insurers.

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  • Simplify compliance with an end-to-end solution
  • Single data repository for drill-down and analysis
  • Comprehensive reports and interactive dashboards
  • Automatic compliant journals and disclosures
  • Boost efficiency with workflow and audit trail
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Hear how Talanx automated their consolidation process and intercompany reconciliations, delivering accurate data on time, meeting Solvency II, IFRS 17 and IFRS 9 requirements.

Talanx are active in more than 150 countries and have direct insurance and re-insurance companies within the group. They are the third-largest German insurance group in terms of premium income and one of the largest in Europe.

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