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July
2020
Thu16Jul
Webinar: Brexit for Financial Services: Deal or ‘No trade deal’?

The next in our series of Brexit webcasts for Financial Services titled...

 
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The next in our series of Brexit webcasts for Financial Services titled Brexit: Deal or ‘No trade deal’? will take place on Thursday, 16 July 2020.

With the UK Government formally declaring its intention not to extend the transition period beyond the end of 2020, it is yet to be seen whether the UK will be leaving the EU with a signed trade deal ahead of December’s deadline. Whilst most firms have made significant progress on their Brexit programmes, some key items remain for financial services.

During the webcast the speaker will provide:

  • An update on the political landscape from the UK – Andrew Pilgrim, FS Government Lead
  • The view from Brussels – David Doyle, Senior EU Advisor
  • Regulatory developments – John Liver, Co-Chair, Global Regulatory Network
  • Market update – Vera Kukic, UK FS Brexit Lead
  • Immigration considerations – Seema Farazi, Partner, People Advisory Services

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Wed15Jul
Webinar: IFRS 17 – What I wish I had known about implementation before I started

With the final IFRS 17 Standard released in June, and insurers' implementation...

 
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With the final IFRS 17 Standard released in June, and insurers’ implementation projects progressing, we’ve asked over 20 insurers around the globe what they wish they had known before starting their implantation journey.

In this webcast, EY leaders will present a short overview of the final key changes to the Standard, followed by insights from insurers on a number of key IFRS 17 topics including:

  • The impact of the deferred date and final standard on timelines and implementation efforts
  • Data availability and quality challenges
  • System implementation and testing experiences
  • Resourcing strategies

Speakers

  • Kevin Griffith, EY Global IFRS 17 Leader
  • Phil Vermeulen, EY EMEIA Financial Reporting & Actuarial Change Leader
  • Martyn van Wensveen, EY Asia-Pacific IFRS 17 Implementation Leader
  • Hans van der Veen, IFRS 17 Associate Partner

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