IFRS 17 is the long-awaited new
international standard for accounting for insurance contracts.
It marks the most significant change in insurance accounting in over 20 years.
IFRS 17 introduces a new way for measuring insurance liabilities and recognising insurance revenue. These calculation and
disclosure requirements demand a new way of capturing, recording, storing, categorising and reporting data pertaining to insurance contracts.
IFRS 17 impact on the end to end reporting cycle is substantial. From sourcing data to publishing and disclosing results to the market.
On the organizational level, actuarial and finance teams will be required to collaborate more closely and focus on data quality and consistency, aligning system architectures and business processes.
While IFRS 17 poses a range of challenges for insurers, it also represents an opportunity to redesign a strategy for data governance based on this new standard. This whitepaper explores the impact of IFRS 17 on data acquisition, storage, analysis and reporting.
This IFRs 17 white paper focuses on the following aspects:
The goal is not only to provide a thorough analysis of the impact of the new standard in each
step of the reporting cycle from the perspective of different facets of data as a foundation for a
an actionable Roadmap encompassing the fundamental building blocks of "people, process, technology", but to transcend mere compliance aspects and arrive at generating business value.
In this white paper we propose the implementation of Informatica’s Data Governance Solution to meet the challenges arising from IFRS17. The Informatica Intelligent Data Platform™ is built on modular microservices architecture and leverages state-of-the-art Artificial Intelligence to ensure data quality, protection and governance across on-premise to multi-cloud infrastructures.
Avantage Reply combines in depth subject matter expertise and profound knowledge of the Financial Service industry with technological know-how to understand and handle data to create value and to drive digital transformation processes.
This enables Avantage Reply not only to support insurances with the implementation of the optimal toolsets, but also to facilitate the business change process that needs to be initiated when introducing a new data governance strategy.
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Established in 2004, Avantage Reply, a member firm of the Reply group, is a pan-european specialised management consultancy delivering change initiatives in the areas of risk, finance (treasury and capital management, regulatory reporting), compliance and operations, with an excellent reputation for delivering solutions to its clients’ most challenging issues.