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IBOR Reform impact on IFRS 17

As a new accounting standard for insurance contracts, IFRS 17 is seen as one of the big regulatory disruptions for insurance companies in the coming decade. The determination of discount curves is crucial for the implementation of the standard. Underlying complexity will be further increased by a second disruptive change in financial markets: the IBOR reform.

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Preparing corporates for credit risk challenges ahead

Increased volatility in financial markets is one of the factors that have driven corporate treasurers to become more aware of the importance of risk management.

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Hedge accounting changes under IFRS 9

Although the general accounting mechanisms will largely remain unchanged, the long waited reforms of IFRS 9 encompass an array of changes that will influence your hedge accounting process in different ways.

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The forward-looking provisions of IFRS 9

As of January 2018, new accounting rules will come into effect for financial institutions and listed companies with respect to the measurement of impairments. So far, only a few banks act as early adaptors; most choose to be late followers and ‘watch the hare running’. The new rules are principle-based and simple. The design and implementation, however, can be challenging, especially the treatment of forward-looking aspects.

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Transition to IFRS 9

are you prepared to take advantage of opportunities?

In 2014 the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) published the final version of the new standard IFRS 9 Financial Instruments.

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