The deadline for IFRS17 is getting ever closer. For insurers that have not yet started their implementations, timelines are becoming increasingly tight. However, the good news is that there is still time and great options available.

This free webinar will lay out a structured path to IFRS17 delivery for insurers that are still early in their IFRS17 journey and have yet to start implementation. In addition, we will consider what options exist for those firms that are struggling with their existing programs and require a Plan B.

You will hear IFRS17 industry experts from Legerity and EY map out how an award-winning, out of the box IFRS17 SaaS solution combined with best-in-class implementation methodology and ongoing managed service support will deliver IFRS17 compliance for your firm quickly, with no fuss.

Date:  14th September 2021
Time: 10am UK / 11am Europe
Duration: 45 minutes
Attendees: Finance, Actuarial, Risk, IT

register for the webinar here

The agenda will cover:

  • Fast Track Implementation
  • Simplifying data integration
  • GMM, PAA, VFA out of the box
  • Accounting Rules & GL Postings
  • Disclosures & Reporting
  • The next steps

Legerity are the specialists in IFRS accounting change. Our FastPost Accounting Rules Engine allows the rapid adoption of new accounting standards and digital finance transformation with minimum disruption.

Legerity was recently awarded the IFRS17 Solution of the Year by InsuranceERM. With a rigorous selection process by an independent team of industry expert judges from across Europe and the UK, the InsuranceERM annual awards are recognition by the industry of all-round excellence.

EY is a global leader in assurance, tax, strategy, transaction and consulting services. The insights and quality services we deliver help build trust and confidence in the capital markets and in economies the world over. EY has been operating in Greece since 1926. EY Greece has offices in Athens and Thessaloniki, is part of EMEIA (Europe, Middle East, India, Africa) and is one of the 31 countries that comprise the CESA (Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe & Central Asia) region; the largest and most culturally diverse region of EY.