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  • Deloitte Australian Mortgage Report 2014
    What’s the right balance for Australia’s $1.3 trillion mortgage market as the digital and data revolution challenges the industry?
  • ORFR and member equity
    This article discusses some practical considerations in the area of equity for members arising from the introduction of the SPS 114 ORFR that we believe the industry will face over the next few years.
  • Chief Actuary 360 Program
    Deloitte is proud to have launched the Chief Actuary 360° program to support the development and growth of the next generation of Chief Actuaries (CAs).
  • Dynamics of the Australian superannuation system
    Explores a range of scenarios that show the comparative growth in superannuation assets by market segment
  • Superannuation: defined benefit to defined contribution
    Are you thinking of trying to wind up or at least reduce your exposure to your DB plan? Read here for more about some of the key considerations
  • Defined benefits and “de-risking” the investment strategy
    Are you wanting to reduce the volatility of your DB liability on balance sheet and thinking of reducing the allocation to growth assets in your DB asset allocation?
  • Stress Testing and scenario analysis for life insurers
    APRA has positioned the ICAAP as a key component of each regulated entity’s capital management framework.
  • PHIAC’s proposed capital standards – The capital stress test
    PHIAC has recently confirmed changes to the Solvency and Capital Adequacy Standards to come into effect on 31 March 2014 (Capital Adequacy) and 1 July 2014 (Solvency).
  • IFRS 4 Phase II – major changes for Australia. More to prepare for than expected
    Five key areas of the exposure draft (ED) on which the IASB is seeking comments is examined, and the considerable business challenges facing the insurance industry in addressing these areas are described.
  • Changes to AASB 119 Employee benefits measurement and recognition
    Paper on Australian Accounting Standard AASB 119 – Employee Benefits, May 2012
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