IFRS 17 disrupting business as usual for insurers

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Insurers report substantial work is still needed to better understand and explain IFRS 17 results and improve business-as-usual reporting processes, according to a WTW survey.

Advisory, broking and insurance solutions company WTW polled 235 insurers from across 37 countries between June and August and found while material progress has been made, much work remains to embed

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