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IFRS 4 Phase II Applying IFRS 9 Financial Instruments with IFRS 4 Insurance Contracts: Update28 July 2016 - By Ernst Visser and Kurt Lambrechts and William C. Hines - Article

This note, an update of the January 2016 briefing note, discusses the board’s decisions regarding amendments in International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) 4 Insurance Contracts.

Nuclear waste issues17 March 2016 - By Kurt Lambrechts - Article

An actuary can evaluate the current financial implications of future contingent events, and this enables us to consider actuarial approaches outside the financial industry, as in the nuclear waste sector.

October 2014 update on IASB insurance accounting project05 November 2014 - By Kurt Lambrechts and William C. Hines - Article

The IASB continues its deliberations; final standard likely to be issued in late 2015.

Update on IASB insurance accounting project01 August 2014 - By Kurt Lambrechts and William C. Hines - Article

Final standard could be issued in 2015.

IFRS insurance contracts: Summary of feedback on the 2013 exposure draft09 April 2014 - By Alexander Ofutin and Kurt Lambrechts - Article

This market update gives a summary of feedback received by the IASB on its 2013 exposure draft regarding insurance contracts and recent discussions by the board.

IFRS Insurance Contracts Summary 2013 Exposure Draft27 September 2013 - By Henny Verheugen and Kurt Lambrechts and and Takanori Hoshino and William C. Hines - Article

Major characteristics of the proposed IFRS accounting standards for insurance contracts.

EIOPA technical specifications for Long-Term Guarantee Assessment05 February 2013 - By Henny Verheugen and Kurt Lambrechts and Wouter Elshof - Article
What the requirements may mean for firms participating in the assessment.Practical aspects of the Gender Directive for mortality insurance20 July 2012 - By Kurt Lambrechts - Article
How unisex tariffs with affect life insurance premiums in the European Union.EIOPA consultation paper on the proposal for guidelines on submission of information to national competent authorities01 January 0001 - By Henny Verheugen and Kurt Lambrechts and Peter Franken and Wouter Elshof - Article

EIOPA’s consultation paper on submission of information to national competent authorities proposes a significant level of disclosure of quantitative and narrative information to national supervisors in advance of the introduction of Solvency II.


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