Lifestyle Article - Panel Discussion and Networking Event - IFRS17: Impact on GI

Next Tuesday, 22nd November 2016, Bolton Associates will be holding their inaugural ‘Hot Topics’ evening and would like to extend the invite to Actuarial Post’s readers. An evening of networking and knowledge building, the ‘Hot Topics’ series aims to bring together like-minded actuaries and industry experts to share insight and comment on the biggest issues facing the insurance market today.

 Tuesday’s event will focus on IFRS 17, a huge talking point at this year’s GIRO conference.
 The aim of the evening is to help actuaries better understand the impact of IFRS 17 on the GI market, as well as getting advice on how best to prepare for its implication. This is an ideal opportunity for actuaries, both senior and junior, to gain insight into the new reporting standard, and also catching up with old market contacts (and making new ones!), all whilst having a drink on Bolton Associates!
 Alice Boreman Manager at Deloitte and Member of the IFRS 4 Phase II Working Party
 Jamie Grant Reporting Actuary at Lancashire Insurance Group and Member of the IFRS 4 Phase II Working Party
 Erica Nicholson Director and IFRS Specialist at Deloitte 
 Essential Information
 Date Tuesday, 22nd November
 Time 5.30pm - 9pm
 Place Corney and Barrow, Fenchurch Avenue
 5.30pm-6pm Welcome Drinks
 6pm - 7pm Talks and Panel Question and Answer Session
 7pm-9pm Networking Drinks
 Please get in touch with Constance Longden at or 0207 2504718 if you would be interested in attending. 

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