All IFRS17 Conference 2020

IFRS17 Conference 2020

The IASB and AASB have issued the final IFRS 17 Standard, so it's time for insurers to ensure that the implementation journey is well progressed. To assist with your implementation journey, the FSAA is holding another conference in 2020 completely dedicated to IFRS 17. Over 14 hours, we will examine some of the concepts of IFRS 17 in-depth, hear about the implementation journey of some insurers, hear from the regulators, and follow a case study that is specific to each insurance type to give you some ideas on implementing IFRS 17.

Held via Zoom and starting at midday each day, the IFRS 17 Virtual Conference 2020 will be interactive and conducted with modular, bite-sized sessions held over five days from Monday 23 to Friday 27 November

A one-hour Introduction to IFRS 17 will be held on Friday 20 November for those that are either new to this process or may have missed our 2019 conference. 

CPD hours : Participants are eligible to claim 14 CPD hours

Cost to Attend:        
IFRS 17 Virtual Conference : $250 for members / $305 for non-members   
Introduction to IFRS 17 Session: Free for members / $10 for non-members (fee waived if registering for the full conference)

The preliminary program will be published below in due course.  Speaker's biographical information will also be added below as it's received. 

Register Now for the Full Conference (Monday 23 - Friday 27 November)

Register Now for the Introduction to IFRS17 (Friday 20 November)


Masters of Ceremonies

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Close and Chair
Brian Vowels Francis Beens Lisa-Marie McKechnie Geoff Rooney Justin Sebire Lelani Jayasinghe



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Rhian Saunsbury, IAG

Introduction to IFRS 17 and panellist in Panel Discussion: IFRS 17 Journey

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Geoff Rooney, BDO

Introduction to IFRS 17 and Master of Ceremonies (Thursday)

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Anne Driver, Deloitte

Global Update and AASB/TRG Update

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Brendan Counsell, EY

Global Update and Transition

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Nicola Eiffe, Deloitte

Panel Discussion IFRS 17 Journey

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Richard Sheridan, IAG

Panellist - Panel Discussion: IFRS 17 Journey

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Leann Yuen, KPMG

Deep Dive: Materiality

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Louise Miller, Suncorp

Deep Dive: Materiality

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Brendan Counsell, EY

Transition

An introduction to the IFRS 17 transition requirements covering the three transition methods – full retrospective approach, modified retrospective approach and fair value approach

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Michael Molloy, RT Health

Deep Dive - Contract Boundary

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William Frawley, PwC

Deep Dive - Contract Boundary

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Rachel Poo, QBE

Deep Dive - PAA

A closer look at the simplified measurement approach with a focus on the practical application of the PAA eligibility requirements.

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Owen Tong, Deloitte

Deep Dive - PAA

A closer look at the simplified measurement approach with a focus on the practical application of the PAA eligibility requirements.

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Rachel Poo, QBE

Deep Dive - PAA and AASB/TRG Update

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Alexander P. Aeberli, EY

Vendor Selection and Preparing for System Implementation 

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Janine Donelly, EY

Vendor Selection and Preparing for System Implementation 

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Evelyn Shen, APRA

Regulatory Update  

AASB 17 will have a significant impact on APRA’s regulatory framework. This session will focus on APRA’s proposals for integrating AASB 17 into the capital and reporting frameworks for insurers.

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Jun H Oh, APRA

Regulatory Update

AASB 17 will have a significant impact on APRA’s regulatory framework. This session will focus on APRA’s proposals for integrating AASB 17 into the capital and reporting frameworks for insurers.

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Anne Driver, Deloitte

Global Update and AASB/TRG Update

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Ann Dobinson, APRA

Regulatory Update  

AASB 17 will have a significant impact on APRA’s regulatory framework. This session will focus on APRA’s proposals for integrating AASB 17 into the capital and reporting frameworks for insurers.

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Kico Amata, Deloitte

Business Focus Beyond IFRS 17 and Investor Story (KPIs)

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David Waters, PwC

Deep Dive: Reinsurance Held

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Pierce Dawson, KPMG

Deep Dive: General Measurement Model

A detailed dive into the General Measurement Model and its application across Life Insurance and General Insurance.

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