Insurance accounting newsletter

Deloitte imageThe Insurance Accounting Newsletter provides a monthly update on the development of the new accounting requirements and a summary of Deloitte’s own understanding of the progress being made by the Accounting Standards Board (IASB) and the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB.)

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  • August 2013 - The last chance to influence the IASB on the new IFS on insurance contracts – A closer look at the new proposals
  • November 2012 - Greater certainty on the roadmap to the new IFRSs comes with a likely end of IFRS-US GAAP convergence in insurance
  • August 2012 - The ‘OCI solution’ is in and convergence is increasingly out
  • June 2012 - Convergence on insurance still at risk despite progress made in recent months
  • March 2012 - Old disagreements and new delays make convergence uncertain
  • December 2011 - Refining divergent positions and a gleam of hope from IFRS 9 planned revisions
  • August 2011 - The post-Tweedie insurance project: an uncertain horizon
  • June 2011 - Progress continues, divergence remains
  • April 2011 - Project timetable extended by a few months
  • March 2011 - “Unsuccessful efforts” split the Boards
  • February 2011 - Gearing up for the last mile
  • August 2010 - The start of a new accounting era
  • July 2010 - Last minute convergence
  • June 2010 - Almost there...
  • May 2010 - Steady, if slow progress
  • April 2010 - Standard setting crunch time
  • March 2010 - Insurance accounting taking shape
  • February 2010 - The road to convergence
  • January 2010 - Insurance global GAAP in the making

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