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IRLA Academy workshop – Insurance run-off accounts explained

OVERVIEW
A course for non-accountants and non-insurance accountants alike, from introductory to intermediate level, aiming to explain the key features in insurance run-off accounts.

TARGET AUDIENCE
This session is suitable for those who work in accounts, finance, M&A, commutations, reserving, or produce Solvency II or other financial transactions. For anyone who has a passing interest, but several years in the legacy market, this would be an appropriate information source.

LEARNING OUTCOMES
At the completion of this session delegates will be able to:
• Read a balance sheet and P&L account and be aware of the relevance of entries
• Utilise knowledge gained to work through the terminology used in the accounts
• Draw from the information how a run-off company is performing and how this information can aid valuation estimates.

Type:
Online Course
Duration:
2 hours
CPD/CPE:
2 Hours
Irla Members Cost:
£199 inc VAT
Non Irla Members Cost:
£299 inc VAT
Other information:

Attendance is for the booked delegate only and is not transferable unless it has gone via the IRLA office allowing us to verify the attending delegate. If you are unable to attend on the day, or you miss part of the course, no refund is possible. If the office is contacted in time we can swap access from live viewing  to video at no extra cost, but viewing of part, or all of the live course is considered attendance and access to the video will be an extra charge

Once payment has been received, you will receive the instructions via email.

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