United States

IFRS 17: Scope and measurement

Wednesday June 14, 2017 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM EDT
From IFRS Institute

KPMG IFRS Institute

Event Overview

The International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) has published the long awaited IFRS 17 insurance contracts standard. Now, for the first time, putting insurers on a level footing internationally.

We look forward to you joining us for an in-depth discussion on the scope of IFRS 17, the general measurement model and modifications to the general measurement model. Hear from KPMG’s network of subject matter experts as they walk through key changes such as separating components in an insurance contract, the level of aggregation of insurance contracts and the initial recognition and derecognition under the general measurement model.

This is the second webcast in our series following the recent publication of the new standard. Future dates include, 6 July and 19 July. During these sessions we will provide greater insight and review of the standard, addressing among other topics the Variable Fee Approach and direct participating contracts and Transition.

Following this webcast, participants will be able to explain at a high level:

—   the scope of IFRS 17;

—   when to separate components from an insurance contract

—   the level of aggregation of insurance contracts;

—   initial recognition, modification and derecognition under the general measurement model

Dates and times

Wednesday 14 June 2017 (Live)

9:00am ET/2:00pm BST/3:00pm CET

Thursday, 15 June 2017 (on demand)

9:00am HK/11:00am Sydney

NOTE: This session will run for 90 minutes


Mary Trussell, Global Insurance Accounting Change Lead Partner, KPMG International.  Mary will be joined by fellow IFRS 17 from across the KPMG global network.

We look forward to having you join this session.

Danny Clark

Global Insurance Accounting Change Technical Lead Partner, KPMG in the UK

Erik Bleekrode

Insurance Accounting Change Lead Partner, KPMG in Hong Kong

Joachim Koelschbach

Global lead partner IFRS for insurance, KPMG in Germany

Mary Trussell

Global Insurance Change Lead Partner, KPMG in Germany