Until recently the approach to accounting for insurance contracts was considerably simple. Most of the existing accounting standards do not require any special processing after estimations are made by actuaries and before they are posted in the general ledger. However, with the arrival of IFRS 17, this will definitely change.
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IFRS 9 came into force on 1 January 2018. It is fair to say that the implementation projects have generally taken rather longer than planned, and the long-term impact remains unclear, but broadly speaking, banks can be said to have managed the process reasonably well. However, with implementation costs running
IFRS 9 was always going to provide implementation challenges for banks. Besides the purely technical issues, there has been significant scrutiny from a very early stage involving regulators, investors and rating agencies, supervisory boards, and both external and internal auditors. However, it is not all bad: addressing the implementation challenges