Preparing the Market for IFRS 17
Two more important amendments to IFRS 17 Insurance Contracts were proposed at the International Accounting Standards Board's February meeting.
The proposals aim to provide practical relief for insurers and other financial statement preparers by amending IFRS 17 in two areas:
These proposed amendments complement the Board’s tentative decisions to date to:
All of these actions are subject to the Board’s normal due process, which requires that an exposure draft be published followed by a public comment period. The Board has now covered most of the 25 areas of IFRS 17 in which it decided to explore making amendments to address stakeholders’ concerns and implementation challenges. The Board is expected to discuss the remaining topics and potential sweep issues at their March 2019 meeting, while an exposure draft of the amendments to IFRS 17 is expected in mid-2019.
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