Automate & Digitize Insurance Contracts with IFRS 17

  • Define Assumptions at the Cohort Level
  • Define Force Policy at the Cohort Level
  • Assume Discount and Risk Factors
  • Streamline Cost Allocation
  • Better Cash Flow Generation

Financial Reporting with IFRS 17

IFRS 17 is a new International Financial Reporting Standard that replaces IFRS 4 on accounting for insurance contracts. Our objective is to automate and digitalize the application of IFRS 17 for life insurance contracts, making it easier for insurance companies to generate cash flows.

Implementing IFRS 17 can be a complex and time-consuming task, especially when it comes to calculating cash flows. That’s why we offer a comprehensive solution that takes care of all your IFRS 17 needs.

Some Out-of-the-Box Features

Complete View of
Policy premiums can be viewed based on various criteria, including age brackets, payment frequency (quarterly, half-yearly, annually, single, or monthly), and customer ratings using interactive charts.
Accurate Risk Benefits Calculation
Risk benefits are calculated using a sophisticated algorithm that takes into account four key factors: Risk percentage, Risk multiplier, Risk benefit (as a percentage of premium), and Risk compound interest.
Better Prediction of Cash Outflows
Cash outflows involve calculating maturity benefits using analyzed factors and maturity values at various frequency levels to ensure accurate calculations and informed decision-making.
Cash flow reports are thoroughly prepared, including detailed and summary versions, both before and after considering probability. Additionally, discounted and risk-adjusted cash flows are reported to provide a complete picture of the financial situation.
Intuitive User
An intuitive user experience using a seamless, user-friendly interface that simplifies complex reporting processes, minimizes errors and increases efficiency.
Expenses can be viewed at various levels within the organization, including by cost center, cohort, and policy ID. This allows for detailed monitoring and analysis of expenses across different departments, projects, or teams, as well as tracking of expenses over time.

IFRS - Manage Your Insurance Contracts Like Never Before!

Define Assumptions at the Cohort Level

These assumptions might include things like the expected claims frequency and severity, policyholder behavior, and investment returns, which can all have a significant impact on the profitability and solvency of the insurer.

Define Force Policy at the Cohort Level

Insurers can better manage and report on their insurance contracts, taking into account the unique features and risks associated with each group of contracts for greater flexibility and accuracy in financial reporting.

Assume Discount and Risk Factors

Help in estimating the present value of future cash flows and calculating the liabilities associated with their insurance contracts for accurately reporting financial position and performance.

Better Cash Flow Generation

A centralized platform for capturing, tracking, and reporting on all relevant costs, allowing you to easily allocate costs to different contracts, policies, and business lines, accurately and consistently.

Key Benefits of IFRS 17

  • Reduced Complexity for Insurance Contracts
  • Increased Confidence in Financial Reporting
  • Premium Allocation Approach
  • Improved Risk Management
  • Increased Transparency and Disclosure

Industry Specific Blueprints

Improve Financial reporting with IFRS 17

IFRS 17  is designed to simplify complex financial reporting processes. It introduces a new approach to accounting for insurance contracts, making it easier for companies to provide transparent and comparable information to stakeholders. With improved data quality and better decision-making capabilities, businesses can make more informed choices and stay ahead of the competition.

Our intuitive interface allows you to input actuarial assumptions for different product categories, discount factors, risk factors, and more in just a few clicks. You can also define an allocation matrix based on factors such as cost center, allocation driver, and cohort level.

By leveraging the power of IFRS 17, you can make use of data for better decisions that drive profitability by identifying areas of improvement, optimizing resources, and allocating funds effectively.

Try IFRS 17 today and experience the difference for yourself.

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