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Financial institutions must embed climate risks in line with investor, public and regulatory expectations.
The FCA and Bank of England, in conjunction with ICAEW Financial Services, give their perspective on LIBOR Transition
Brought to you by ICAEW Financial Services, this conference enables banks, insurers and investment managers to understand where other organisations are in the process of managing their climate change related financial risks.
COVID-19 raises a range of financial services issues which firms and businesses will be managing through over the next weeks and months.
Due to the impact of Covid-19, the number of potentially vulnerable customers has increased exponentially. Over a quarter of UK adults have low financial resilience.
The Financial Services Faculty is working to help integrate nature-related financial risks into insurers’, banks’ and asset managers’ business models.
Negative interest rates continue to persist in Europe and look an increasing possibility in the UK. Stacey Howard, a Director in KPMG’s Financial Sector Assurance Services practice considers the potential impact on hedge accounting.
Gavin Stewart, Director in Grant Thornton’s Financial Services Group, spent 27 years as a regulator at the Bank of England, Financial Services Authority and Financial Conduct Authority. Here he looks at the path to regulating the Buy Now Pay Later market.
ICAEW Financial Services Faculty commissioning editor Brian Cantwell talks to a supply chain finance expert to get some technical advice on best practice with supply chain finance.
Insurance Asset Risk editor Vincent Huck talks to insurers about the pandemic’s effect on markets and what insurers are assessing now.
Sunday Times economics editor David Smith asks what inflation could mean for the economy and how central banks might react.
Translating the universal truth of climate change into industry specific codes means the insurance sector must learn to accept climate change risk through practical changes, writes Brian Cantwell.
ICAEW's Audit and Assurance Faculty brings you the latest technical updates on developments in auditing and assurance, financial reporting and ethics.
ICAEW's Audit and Assurance Faculty brings you the latest technical updates on developments in auditing and assurance, financial reporting and ethics. Please note Only Audit and Assurance Faculty members and Faculties Online subscribers have access to these technical updates.
Slides from the session on Business Planning: Insurance, presented by Graham Fairclough and Matthew Sparkhall-Brown at the ICAEW Partner in Learning Tutor Conference on 4 February 2021.
The ICAEW IFRS 17 Discussion Group was set up in 2020 with a membership that represents a broad range of insurance expertise. Its primary purpose is to discuss the implementation of IFRS 17 with respect to UK market specific factors and UK products.
A response dated 19 February 2021 to a consultation published by HMT on 19 October 2020.
The Prudential Regulation Authority wants insurers to prioritise these five issues for this year, writes Faculty Commissioning Editor Brian Cantwell.
Following the UK’s exit from the EU, ICAEW’s John Mongelard looks at the future regulatory framework for the UK and the risks ahead.
Libor transition - what you need to know
Find out what is IBOR reform, why LIBOR will be phased out and why it matters as well as the plan for the UK, challenges and risks.
A simple introductory guide for businesses to the global transition away from (Sterling £) LIBOR provided by ACT, CBI, ICAEW and UK Finance.
How to prepare your business for the changes to IBOR, specifically when LIBOR will cease to exist in 2021.
Our roundup of regulatory news.
Our roundup of regulatory news.
The European Commission are now applying more focus on anti-money laundering risks and have said that they may open infringement proceedings against countries lagging behind on the new anti-money-laundering rules.
This helpsheet has been issued by ICAEW’s Technical Advisory Service to help members understand when a company or a group is ineligible for the small companies regime. The helpsheet identifies the legislative requirements of the Companies Act 2006, highlights key definitions and offers practical examples to help understand the interpretation of the requirements.
Entities, despite not being insurers, may have contracts that fall in scope of IFRS 17 Insurance Contracts. Find out more with this webinar.
Despite not being an insurer, entities may have contracts that fall in scope of IFRS 17 Insurance Contracts. Find out if you’re affected with this webinar.
This is an insightful, relevant and practical webinar on the current state of the cyber and professional indemnity insurance markets, the risks you need to be aware of as an accountant.
Following the IASB’s consultation on the Amendments to IFRS 17 the at subsequent Board meetings members have been making decision on a number of these proposals. This webinar is to assess how this might affect insurers on the implementation of the new accounting standard.
Information for CASS auditors when determining procedures over outsourcing arrangements and how they apply to the CASS rules.
The Senior Managers and Certification Regime is a new regulatory framework which aims to improve individual accountability.
Alternative reference rates and transition from LIBOR.
Fintech is changing the way businesses and individuals use financial services. This Tech Essentials guide - the first joint guide from the IT Faculty and the Financial Services Faculty - will demystify what fintech could mean for individuals, businesses and advisers.
ICAEW's Inspiring Confidence campaign explores the issues affecting consumers and financial services providers in a rapidly changing world.
Banks, insurers and investment managers play vitally important roles within society, to encourage economic development and allow individuals and businesses to save, invest, insure and make payments. We must have confidence in them. Responsible providers, responsible consumers, better regulation and better information underpin this confidence.
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