Accelerate IFRS 17 implementation with a proven methodology and framework. Comply with the IFRS 17 accounting standard using the industry’s leading end-to-end modern accounting and reporting IFRS 17 software solution—Oracle IFRS 17 Analyzer.
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The IFRS 17 Analyzer integrates seamlessly with existing infrastructure, linking data, models, systems, and processes between actuarial and accounting functions.
Preconfigure business rules for the general measurement model (GMM), building block approach (BBA), variable fee approach (VFA), premium allocation approach, and more.
Consolidate, validate, and reconcile input data from various systems in a unified platform. Gain transparency across the actuarial modeling and financial reporting chain.
Get visibility into journal entries, and reconcile sources and any exceptions before posting to the general ledger. Map cash flows from the subledger to the balance sheet and profit and loss statement.
Address financial reporting requirements, including Solvency II, IFRS 9, LDTI, and CECL. Reconcile differences between balance sheets with next-generation business processes.
Use predefined quantitative and narrative disclosures for fair value measurement, finance income and expense, increase in credit risk, and any judgements.
Optimize data, the number of calculations, and the periodic revaluation of contracts with automation, scalability, and rapid processing.
Sanjay Naga, Consulting Director, Oracle Financial Services
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