The company is fully engaged in the work required to transition to IFRS 17, the new Insurance accounting standard that is to come in on January 1st, 2022.
This standard is a massive undertaking that will transform the processes for calculating actuarial liabilities, the systems used, and the financial disclosure and reports presented.
This role will be instrumental in implementing this standard by designing and subsequently operating the appropriate processes, systems and controls.
As part of the IFRS 17 transformation program, you will help to design processes systems and controls for delivering financial disclosures to the board, the regulator and other external parties.
You will be involved in defining the modelling and data requirements so business units can ensure that the relevant data will be available when needed.
The role requires a good understanding of the accounting standard, frequent communication with the business units to explain interpretations and provide guidance, and participation in several task forces / committees at the program level or at the CIA or CLHIA level to support collaboration on the best way forward.
Consider the requirements of the Appointed Actuary’s reports, and any other regular and key external reporting activities such as submissions to rating agencies or investors.
Compare the identified data requirements to the existing interpretation of what is currently provided or will be requested for the IFRS 17 Chart of Accounts, then deliver a gap analysis setting out the additional data requirements
Qualifications and Competencies :
Due to the high profile of a number of our clients, a Federal Government Enhanced Screening is a job requirement and this will involve fingerprinting and a credit check.
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