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IFRS 17 – Insurance Contract Accounting 

May 29 – 31, 2018 • Toronto

IFRS 17, the insurance contracts standard, establishes a global standard for accounting and reporting of insurance contracts. It clearly embodies the IASB’s commitment to an approach that severs the link between insurance assets and liabilities for accounting purposes.

Moving forward, insurers will be compelled to deal with significant new volatility on financial statements. These changes, and the resulting financial statement impact, will have appreciable collateral impact – products may be discontinued, investment strategies will be altered, regulatory capital and required ratios are significantly affected.

 CPE Hours: Course and Workshop – 15.5 hours

 

ORFI

Integrated Due Diligence For Financial Institutions

June 6 – 7,  2018 – Toronto

Risk management is a key component of every financial institution’s governance framework. To identify, assess and manage risk effectively, risk-data must be collected, processed, aggregated and reported in a secure and well-controlled environment.  Additionally, compliance with regulations such as risk-based capital rules, specifically require challenging data quality and modeling standards to be met.

This seminar addresses best practices with respect to steps required to turn source data into reliable information that can be used to enhance risk management and decision-making processes   at financial institutions, and to comply with federal regulations and international standards. During this session, we will review Risk Data Management along the spectrum of governance:  identification, collection, tracking, modelling, internal/external reporting and impacts on regulatory capital.

CPE Hours: Course – 12 hours

 

ORFI

Risk  Data Management and Reporting

June 4 – 5,  2018 – Toronto

Risk management is a key component of every financial institution’s governance framework. To identify, assess and manage risk effectively, risk-data must be collected, processed, aggregated and reported in a secure and well-controlled environment.  Additionally, compliance with regulations such as risk-based capital rules, specifically require challenging data quality and modeling standards to be met.

This seminar addresses best practices with respect to steps required to turn source data into reliable information that can be used to enhance risk management and decision-making processes at financial institutions, and to comply with federal regulations and international standards. During this session, we will review Risk Data  Management along the spectrum of governance:  identification, collection, tracking, modelling, internal/external reporting and impacts on regulatory capital.

CPE Hours: Course – 12 hours