This Course will help you understand the principles for the recognition, measurement, presentation and disclosure of insurance contracts within the scope of the standard.
Course Fee: Rs. 12,000 per participant
Duration: 20 hours (4 weeks)
Objective, Scope, Key definitions, Separating components from an insurance contract, Level of aggregation, Recognition, Measurement, Discount rates, Risk adjustment for non-financial risk, Contractual service margin, Subsequent measurement, Onerous contracts, Premium allocation approach, Practical expedients available under the PAA, Investment contracts with a DPF, Reinsurance contracts held, Modification of an insurance contract, Derecognition of an insurance contract, Presentation in the statement of financial position, Recognition and presentation in the statement(s) of financial performance, Insurance service result, Insurance finance income or expenses, Disclosures
IFRS 17 is effective for annual reporting periods beginning on or after 1 January 2023 with earlier application permitted as long as IFRS 9 is also applied.
Insurance contracts combine features of both a financial instrument and a service contract. In addition, many insurance contracts generate cash flows with substantial variability over a long period. To provide useful information about these features, IFRS 17:
Application of every standard by renowned listed entities shall also be shared and discussed so that disclosure application of this course could be easier and one can understand that he has learned very much to be able to perform majority of the reporting tasks.
Reporting of financial information is very important in today’s corporate and compliance environment. Increasing need of transparency in operations and funding is enforcing the need for effective financial reporting standards. Knowledge of financial reporting is not only important for corporate sector but also for regulatory institutions too because to monitor activity one must know the subject matter which is to be monitored and without knowledge of financial reporting framework how a person could ever be able to evaluate financial information.
Our training programs are not only limited to corporate sector and regulatory bodies but it extends to our students, persons of same professions and even those who want to build their career in finance but does not know where and how to initiate.
This would be useful to those who wish to enhance their knowledge in preparing and understanding of financial statements. It also facilitates in analyzing the financial statements in the light of global accounting framework, like:
The course shall be of 20 hours comprising of 04 classes of 05 hours each.
For groups and companies, modified duration will be available according to need.
Straight fee for the course is PKR 12,000 per participant. (Discount is available for our registered participants)
Group and Corporations
PKR 10,000 per participant or PKR 100,000 whichever is lower
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