Managing Technological Change, Deployment, Development and Optimisation
IFRS 17 Insurance Contracts
IFRS 17 London Conference
Practical Advice for Successful IFRS 17 Programme Delivery
Venue: Eight Private Members Club, 1 Change Alley, London EC3V 3ND, United Kingdom
Date: Thursday 23rd May 2019
Time: 14:00 - 18:00
Millennium Consulting invites Senior IFRS 17 Decision-Makers to discover how to achieve IFRS 17 program delivery success. Join Insurance peers and gain valuable insight from leading solution providers in relation to project delivery, technical solutions and Finance/Actuarial collaboration. Hear about Best Practice and meet with peers to discuss common challenges.
14:30: Introduction, Philip Keet, CEO, Millennium Consulting
14:45: Best Practice Project Delivery, Tom Brown, Partner, PWC
15:15: Actuarial and Finance Collaboration, Simon Bennett, Chief Actuary, Innovation
15:45: Refreshment break
16:00: The Importance of Technology & Data, Mark Miller, IFRS Global Lead at Legerity Limited
16:30: Case Study - IFRS 17 Journey, Julian Scofield, Group Head of Technical Accounting, MS Amlin
17:00: Panel Q&A
To attend this exclusive event please register your details below. Places are limited to 30 and therefore only intended for those responsible for IFRS 17 compliance programs.
To register email firstname.lastname@example.org or complete the form below.
Tom Brown is a Finance & Technology Partner at PWC, where he is currently responsible for the IFRS17 practice.
Tom has vast experience in operational transformation, finance transformation, insurance and retail banking, operating model design, enterprise cost reduction, sourcing, outsourcing, offshoring advisory, scale programme design and implementation leadership.
Simon Bennett has over 30 years of experience working in the UK and offshore actuarial fields.
He was previously Chief Actuary at Capita Life and Pensions, Unisys Insurance Services and the Appointed Actuary for Royal Skandia on the Isle of Man and Old Mutual International in Guernsey and Dublin together with a number of branch Appointed Actuary appointments including Hong Kong and Singapore.
Mark Miller is a qualified accountant (ACA) with over 20 years of experience of finance change programs. He initially trained with PwC in the insurance practice.
Mark has been involved in multiple accounting and IFRS implementations and is the global lead at Legerity for IFRS 9, 15, 16 and 17 programs.
Julian Scofield is an accomplished Finance leader with considerable insurance industry experience in global, fast-changing organisations. He is the Group Head of Technical Accounting and ACS Finance Director at MS Amlin and holds responsibity for IFRS 17 implementation.