Tuesday, 16 February 2021
2pm London Time | 9am US Eastern Time
Agile Transformation in Finance |
Reimagining the Approach to Analytics and the wider Finance Process
In Partnership With
Why This Webinar Panel Discussion?
2021 is the last sprint to stay the course for a controlled rollout of IFRS 17/LDTI.
Over the last few years, we have experienced a rapid change in the volume, complexity, and velocity of data in the insurance industry. It’s no wonder the data granularity requirements inherent in IFRS 17/LDTI compliance can translate into more up-to-date, accurate insights, helping teams to identify positive trends or anomalies at a faster pace. When finance and actuarial departments start sharing insights quickly it will serve as an encouragement to other parts of the business to emulate that behavior.
Join us for a dynamic panel discussion with insurers and practitioners on IFRS 17 and transforming finance, covering findings from a recent IFRS 17 research report by Chartis, underpinning data elements, practical considerations for parallel runs, real reporting in 2022, and the new game-changing opportunities.
As you rollout IFRS 17/LDTI, reimagine your approach to analytics and the wider finance process. Ensure your ability to interrogate data, extract insights quickly, and gain the transparency needed.
The Key Take-Aways
Findings from a recent IFRS 17 research report by Chartis
Reimagining the approach to analytics and the wider finance process
How to interrogate data, extract insights quickly, and gain the transparency needed
And many more...
This Webinar is in Partnership with
ORACLE FINANCIAL SERVICES
Oracle Financial Services comprehensive set of integrated digital and data platforms, empowers banks and insurers to deliver next-generation financial services across retail banking, corporate banking, payments, asset management, life insurance, annuities, and healthcare payers. We enable customer-centric transformation, support collaborative innovation, and drive efficiency. Our data and analytical platforms help financial institutions drive customer insight, integrate risk and finance, fight financial crime, and comply with regulations.