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IFRS 17 - Turning Compliance Into an Opportunity

Executive Breakfast hosted by SAS & Deloitte

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SAS and Deloitte invite you to a executive breakfast featuring IFRS 17.

Within the new regulation, there are many changes to be aware of.

Unlike previous regulations, IFRS 17 will require organizational transformation that will allow you to simply comply or use this as an opportunity to reap greater benefits. Regardless of the path you choose, the resulting strategy must be determined now in order to allow all involved lines of business to play their corresponding roles.

This discussion will focus on the concept of the regulation, organizational planning, the pillars of a successful project, and the issues and challenges associated with IFRS 17 (including, technology, process, talent and data requirements).

Who should attend?
This session is intended for all actuaries, finance, risk and technology stakeholders who will be involved with their organization’s IFRS 17 initiative.



Quebec City
Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Thursday, October 19, 2017 

The St. Andrew’s Club in Toronto – 150 King St. West, 27th Floor.


Stefan de Lombaert

Stefan De Lombaert
Sr. Director, PreSales & Risk Consulting, SAS


Mahdi Amri

Mahdi Amri
Partner, Strategic Analytics & Modeling (Risk), Deloitte


Elaine C. Hultzer

Elaine C. Hultzer
Partner, Insurance Audit & Advisory, Deloitte


Daniel Singer

Daniel Singer
Director of Taxation,
Intact Financial Corporation

Agenda & Registration

8:00 a.m.
Registration and continental breakfast
8:30 a.m.
Opening remarks
8:40 a.m.

Update of potential standards and impact
Elaine C. Hultzer, Deloitte   

  • Back to the standard
  • Financial and Organizational Impacts
9:15 a.m.
What is happening Internationally?
Stefan De Lombaert, SAS
  • Implementation project IFRS17
  • Expectations (budget, timetable, etc.) 
10:00 a.m.
10:15 a.m.Lessons Learned and Recommendations
Mahdi Amri, Deloitte and Stefan De Lombaert, SAS 
  • Applicable lessons from IFRS 9
  • The good the bad and the ugly of IFRS 17
  • Suggested approach
10:50 a.m.
Closing remarks



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