Meet all IFRS 17 requirements
From data quality to the required calculations and reporting, SAS provides an integrated solution that supports all of the required methodologies you need to successfully implement IFRS 17.
Top IFRS 17 Resources
Insurers: Are You Ready for IFRS 17?
This white paper explains why insurers should be taking action now to prepare for the new requirements, and what to look for in an IFRS 17 solution.
The IFRS 17 Survival Guide
This booklet was made to help your whole IFRS 17 team get on board – fast. So, let’s dive in.
IFRS 17 Recommended Resources
The IFRS 17 Survival Guide
In helping some of the world’s largest insurers get ready for IFRS 17 compliance, we’ve made a few observations that we think warrant extra attention from you and your team, because they directly affect the decisions you’re making about technology today. Plus, they can help you keep volatility in check as you move toward the compliance deadline.
IFRS 17 and IT: A solution approach
IFRS 17 will mean major changes for insurers. This post considers implementation, and particularly questions about IT. ...
IFRS 17: A new accounting paradigm
IFRS 17 does not only affect accounting or financial reporting. It may also change the overall financial direction of insurers. ...
IFRS 17 architecture: A systems approach
This blog discusses questions about architecture and the importance of a systems approach to provide end-to-end coverage. ...
The unforeseen consequences of IFRS 17
Explore the challenges that the new international financial reporting standard IFRS)17 will introduce. ...
IFRS 17 turns focus to insurance providers
While many FIs are still struggling with IFRS 9 compliance, the new regulations may make for an even more daunting task. ...
"To meet IFRS 17 requirements, W&W needs a solution that automates the
end-to-end processes for data import, makes calculations using the
relevant IFRS 17 methods and creates the essential, granularly auditable
accounting records. The SAS solution ticks all those boxes while also
fostering greater cohesion and cooperation between the accounting,
actuarial and IT departments via a unified, customizable platform."
Carmen Hess, Senior Project Manager at W&W Informatik GmbH
“We were looking for a platform that we believed could help us comply
with IFRS 17 but also which could potentially provide leverage for
future global efficiencies.”
Edward Nosenzo, North America Chief Financial Officer at Gen Re
"Introducing new functions in the framework of IFRS 17's regulatory requirements led us to acquire the SAS risk solution, with which we also cover our own objectives in the areas of financial planning, claims, pricing and analytics for greater business intelligence. We believe that market-leading analytical technology is important to ensuring that we will maintain a good role in the face of regulatory entities and, at the same time, continue to optimize our business."
Mauro Soria, Actuary Director of HDI Mexico