Key Differences between IFRS 9 and 17 and their US GAAP Equivalents
Florie Bourrel-Heleine, Laurence Karagulian
WEBCAST | Insurance
October 30, 2018 | 12 PM EDTGina Omolon | Senior Manager, Mazars USA LLP
Laurence Karagulian | Senior Manager, Mazars USA LLP
Florie Bourrel-Heleine | Senior Manager, Mazars USA LLP
In continuation of our previous webcast, where our experts introduced the provisions of IFRS 9: Financial Instruments, and IFRS 17: Insurance Contracts, this webcast will provide a comparison and thoughtful analysis of those afore-mentioned standards with their US GAAP equivalents: CECL model (ASC-326-20), AFS debt security impairment model (ASC 326-30) and Targeted Improvements to the Accounting for Long-Duration Contracts (ASU 2018-12). Join us as our experts discuss their potential differences/similarities, and how they will impact financial institutions. Upon completion of this webcast, participants will be able to:
- Identify the key differences between the afore-mentioned IFRS and US GAAP standards;
- Discuss the effective date of adoption for all of them;
- Interpret how the adoption of those new accounting standards will impact insurance and bank organizations.
Who Should Attend: CFOs, Controllers, CPAs, Finance Directors, Reporting Managers, Risk Managers
Payment Information: There is no cost to attend this Mazars webcast.