Learning from IFRS 9 benchmarks during the COVID-19 Crisis
Join our webinar to get key insights from our industry experts from the Nordics on IFRS 9 disclosures during the crisis and what we might expect banks to reflect in terms of half-year (H1 2020) impairments
During these extraordinary times of COVID-19 and lockdown, Deloitte is working closely with Finance & Risk professionals across the Nordics and beyond to share the latest international IFRS 9 insights and benchmarks.
Please join our webinar and watch our industry experts from the Nordics discuss IFRS 9 disclosures during the crisis and what we might expect banks to reflect in terms of half-year (H1 2020) impairments:
- How have the effects of COVID 19 on IFRS 9 been captured in Q1 2020 impairments disclosed across the banking industry? We reflect on Q1 2020 benchmarks, considering the results from Nordic, UK and other European lenders.
- What can we learn from the US CECL reporters? We consider how IFRS reporters can leverage the different accounting methodologies applied to inform the potential direction of IFRS 9 impairments.
- How do IFRS 9 impairments reported to date compare to loss projections in stress testing? We reflect on what could be inferred and how this relates to potential pro-cyclicality risks.
- How might impairments evolve, including the potential mix of model overlays and post-model adjustments? We discuss what this means to firms establishing accounting processes and procedures.
The aim of the webinar is to present recent insights in a quick-paced, 30-minute session using benchmarking analysis to inform our reflections.
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