IFRS17: How to read the full set of financial reports – Part 1
Welcome to Systemorph’s IFRS17 education series #Techucation, a how-to guide for computing IFRS17 financials.
The new standard demands significant changes to the way financial information is presented. This episode aims to guide you on how to best read the full set of disclosure reports.
In the first of this three-part episode, study the Best Estimates and Risk Adjustments of Present Values displayed in the Reports notebook and calculated from the template data shipped with the IFRS17 Project available in the Systemorph Cloud Portal.
To follow the steps presented in this video on your own, first clone the IFRS17 Project in Systemorph Cloud.
Make sure to tune in again for part two where we look at effective cash flows and the actuarial experience adjustment.
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