Webinar: Topic: IFRS 17 Reinsurance Solutions
September 23 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm UTC+3
An Industry Talk On IFRS17 Courtesy Of TASK’s IFRS Working PartyIFRS 17 introduces a dramatic overhaul of insurance reporting. With limited discretion in actuarial reserve setting, there is a natural business case for the use of reinsurance in managing P&L volatility and in preserving balance sheet stability. This session will highlight how reinsurance solutions can act as a strategic lever to support and enhance key performance indicators of insurance companies.
Opportunities exist both pre- and post-transition, including protection against increased volatility in results, reducing the effect of onerous contracts, managing the impact on transition, etc. We will highlight a number of these and discuss them in further detail.
David Limo – Actuarial Manager, Life Insurance, Britam
David heads the Life Business Actuarial Department at Britam. His main tasks include overseeing the valuation of technical liabilities, Financial reporting including Embedded Value and Analysis of Embedded Value calculations, Capital management and Business planning, Analytics and Experience reviews, Mentorship, and any other technical support. He is also the Lead of TASK’s IFRS 17 Working Party. He is a qualified actuary (FIA) and an ACCA.
Niel Johnson – IFRS 17 Implementation Lead, Swiss Re Africa
Niel is the IFRS 17 implementation lead for Swiss Re Africa in addition to his responsibilities for legal entity regulatory reporting, capital management, retrocession programs as well as local tax matters. He also has a role as business coach supporting social entrepreneurs in South Africa, thereby connecting his business expertise with his passion for social impact. Niel is a qualified CA(SA) who studied at Stellenbosch University with past work experience at Deloitte in London and Cape Town as well as MMH.
Mukami Njeru – Senior Actuary, Swiss Re L&H
Mukami is a senior member of the Client Markets team of Swiss Re Africa looking responsible for clients in East and West Africa. She is part of the Middle East and Africa IFRS 17 cross functional team and has extensive experience in actuarial reserving and insurance company strategy in the Sub Saharan African region. She is a qualified Actuary and Risk Manager (FIA CERA).
Madjer Dehar – Senior Manager, Reinsurance Centre Strategy and Operations, Swiss Re
Madjer is a senior member of the Transactions team in the Europe Middle East and Africa Region and has been involved in designing and implementing various IFRS17 solutions for multiple clients in the region.
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