Willis Towers Watson simplifies IFRS 17 compliance with new software

Willis Towers Watson simplifies IFRS 17 compliance with new software
By Elly Yates-Roberts | 10 December 2019

Out-of-the-box solutions aims to helps insurers meet accounting requirements

Ensuring regulation is simple by banishing the IFRS 17 blues

Ensuring regulation is simple by banishing the IFRS 17 blues
By Rakesh Patel | 09 July 2019

Willis Towers Watson’s Rakesh Patel tells us more about how the effective management of transformational change for IFRS 17 can make organisations better able to face a complex and highly regulated future

Willis Towers Watson’s Rakesh Patel discusses the necessary precursors to innovation

The technology implications of the IFRS 17

The technology implications of the IFRS 17
By Guest | 16 May 2019

Moody’s Analytics Trevor Howes explores how insurers are studying the new IFRS 17 – Insurance Contracts and how successful implementation will depend on the cloud

Moody’s Analytics Trevor Howes explores how successful implementation will depend on the cloud

IFRS 17: what does it mean for the insurance industry?

IFRS 17: what does it mean for the insurance industry?
By Lindsay James | 22 May 2017

Willis Towers Watson warns that the new global standard will be a major challenge for insurers

How insurers can take the cost out of IFRS 17

How insurers can take the cost out of IFRS 17
By Guest | 22 February 2017

IFRS 17 budgets do not have to be massive: insurers can take advantage of a smart data platform to ensure cost-efficient implementation. Daniel Trzesniak from Systemorph explains

Daniel Trzesniak from Systemorph explains why IFRS 17 budgets do not have to be massive

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