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The new IFRS standard for insurance contracts promises to have a transformative effect on insurers’ financial reporting. Milliman has unparalleled experience with Solvency II and other regulatory regimes, coupled with groundbreaking systems implementation and industrialisation capabilities.
Milliman is ideally placed to help your business successfully manage Solvency II implementation.
Monitor and assess IFRS 17 readiness and compliance, and plan remaining tasks effectively.
Analyse unpaid claims liabilities with industry-leading stochastic and deterministic reserving tools and methods.
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Comply with Solvency II regulations using a suite of specialised analytics, modelling, and reporting tools.
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In 2018, Milliman conducted a global survey to measure the preparedness of insurers and reinsurers for the new international accounting standard, International Financial Reporting Standard 17.
The analyses underlying this report focus on the quantitative information contained in the Quantitative Reporting Templates with the Solvency and Financial Condition Reports and draw conclusions about the balance sheets and risk exposures of European non-life insurers.
Central and Eastern Europe’s experience of the pension reform process can illuminate some of the pitfalls of embracing systemic pension reforms too eagerly, with subsequent reversal of these reforms occurring some years later…
This analysis of the European life insurance market covers 600 companies from 31 countries and one territory, representing approximately £612 billion (€691 billion) of Gross Written Premium and approximately £6,508 billion (€…
Ed Morgan is Principal and Managing Director for Milliman’s Practices in Italy and Central & Eastern Europe, including the offices in Milan, Warsaw, Bucharest, Istanbul, and the satellite office in Nicosia, Cyprus. Ed’s...
Marcin is a senior consultant with the Warsaw, Poland, office of Milliman. He joined the firm in 2008.
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