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Overview

The recently adopted expected loss allowance accounting standards—CECL under US GAAP and IFRS 9 internationally—represent a significant change for many companies worldwide.The insurance sector is one of the most affected industries, as the changes required to transition to the new standards go far beyond your allowance and have implications across the organization.

In this webinar series, experts in these standards will go into detail about some of the most immediate challenges involved in the transition to the new accounting guidance.Discussions will focus on what these changes mean, specifically for insurers.Also, the experts will focus on how insurers can prepare for the transition and successfully operate after transition.

Join us in this series as we explore the new accounting standards and their implications.

Questions? Email: MA-solutionsmarketing@moodys.com

Speakers

Scott Dietz
Director - Solutions Specialist

Moody's Analytics

Moody's Analytics

Director - Solutions Specialist
Scott Dietz
Masha Muzyka
Senior Director and Team Lead
Risk and Accounting Solutions

Moody's Analytics

Moody's Analytics

Senior Director and Team Lead
Risk and Accounting Solutions
Masha Muzyka
Sohini Chowdhury
Director – Risk and Accounting Solutions

Moody's Analytics

Moody's Analytics

Director – Risk and Accounting Solutions
Sohini Chowdhury
Laurent Birade
Senior Director
Risk and Finance

Moody's Analytics

Moody's Analytics

Senior Director
Risk and Finance
Laurent Birade
Emil Lopez
Senior Director - Customer Success

Moody's Analytics

Moody's Analytics

Senior Director - Customer Success
Emil Lopez

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Contact

For any questions, reach out to: MA-solutionsmarketing@moodys.com