IFRS 17: Main aspects of the new accounting standard
IFRS 17: Main aspects of the new accounting standard
Ing. Viktor Brůžek, Mgr. Martin Hrdý
24. 11. 2017 (6 600,- CZK)
Would you like to obtain a quick overview of the main technical aspects and practical impacts of IFRS 17, the new accounting standard for insurance companies? Are you preparing for the planned changes in processes and reporting of insurance companies according to the new standard? Would you like to consult on uncertainties? Then this training course is intended for you.
Tax pitfalls of marketing costs for financial institutions
Tax pitfalls of marketing costs for financial institutions
Martin Šandera
5. 12. 2017 (3 000,- CZK)
This training course focuses on specific marketing expenses prevalent in the financial services environment. From a tax perspective we will take a look at the typical promotional activities of banks, insurance companies and leasing companies. We will certainly not forget to talk about customer loyalty and motivational schemes for financial and insurance intermediaries.
Third-party due diligence as an auxiliary tool in fraud prevention and investigation
Third-party due diligence as an auxiliary tool in fraud prevention and investigation
Ing. Maroš Holodňák
I am interested in attending the training (6 600,- CZK)
We will present to you an effective due diligence methodology that can be applied to suppliers, business partners, employees and other subjects to identify their strengths, weaknesses, reputation and any information essential in a business relationship. We will acquaint you with various information sources and current trends as well as the pitfalls of searching for information on the web.
All that you ever wanted to know about Solvency II, but were afraid to ask...
All that you ever wanted to know about Solvency II, but were afraid to ask...
Ing. Petr Kunzmann
I am interested in attending the training (7 100,- CZK)
Solvency II, a key reform of EU insurance regulation, is already having tangible effects on all insurers in the EU. The changes are directly impacting not only how insurance companies manage their risks, capital, data and systems but also the approach of regulators. During our training course, you will become acquainted with this new insurance regulation without having to meet any prerequisites.
Own Risk and Solvency Assessment (ORSA) in Theory – Do you know Your Risks?
Own Risk and Solvency Assessment (ORSA) in Theory – Do you know Your Risks?

I am interested in attending the training (7 100,- CZK)
ORSA, the heart of the Solvency II directive, aims to help boards of directors make sound strategic decisions, assiss and define value created, and embed overall risk awareness throughout the organisaion. In our training you will find out exactly what it means and what efects the implementation of ORSA will have on the operation.
Own Risk and Solvency Assessment (ORSA) – What does this new regulatory requirement comprise?
Own Risk and Solvency Assessment (ORSA) – What does this new regulatory requirement comprise?
Ing. Petr Kunzmann
I am interested in attending the training (7 100,- CZK)
ORSA, the heart of the Solvency II directive, aims to help boards of directors make sound strategic decisions, define values created, and embed overall risk awareness throughout the organisation.
Data quality in the context of Solveny II – do you trust your data?
Data quality in the context of Solveny II – do you trust your data?
Ing. Radka Haluzíková, ACCA, CISA, CRISS
I am interested in attending the training (4 100,- CZK)
Solvency II introduces strict requirements on data governance and data quality. One of the core requirements is that data which are used for the calculation of technical provisions meet the criteria of completeness, accuracy and appropriatenes. KPMG´s Solvency Ii training courses will show you what is meant by this definition and you will learn how to approach data quality management in practice.
Be an Insurance Company CEO for a Day
Be an Insurance Company CEO for a Day
Mgr. Martin Hrdý
I am interested in attending the training (agreed on an individual basis)
Do you have any idea how to run an insurance company? Come take a break and put yourself in the shoes of an insurance company CEO for a while. At the start of the game, you and the other players will all be in the same position so theoretically all of you can achieve similar results. The opposite will come true, however...
Reporting under Solvency II, are you on track?
Reporting under Solvency II, are you on track?
Ing. Radka Haluzíková, ACCA, CISA, CRISS
I am interested in attending the training (7 100,- CZK)
For insurance companies, Solvency II (SII) introduces new reporting requirements and specifies what data is to be sent to supervisory authorities. The fulfilment of reporting requirements building on the technical calculations of Pillar 1 and the harmonisation of regular reporting processes according to different standards will place high demands on the consolidation and integration of the process
VAT on financial activities: Valid acts and current interpretations
VAT on financial activities: Valid acts and current interpretations

I am interested in attending the training (4 500,- CZK)
We will safely guide you through the world of VAT for financial institutions. The focus of this course will be on tax legislation, the complicated and complex network of related interpretations by the tax authorities as well as the plethora of case law of the Court of Justice of the European Union. Real-life examples will form an integral part of the training.
Actuarial training for non-actuaries
Actuarial training for non-actuaries
Ing. Viktor Brůžek
I am interested in attending the training (6 600,- CZK)
Our special course will provide insurance professionals with helpful insights into actuarial work, enabling the course participants to integrate various actuarial aspects into their own work. As a result, cooperation between individual departments (within an insurance company) should improve.
 Audit committees in light of an amendment to Act No. 93/2009 Coll., on Auditors
Audit committees in light of an amendment to Act No. 93/2009 Coll., on Auditors
Ing. Lukáš Bajgar, ACCA
I am interested in attending the training (3 000,- CZK)
An amendment to the Act on Auditors introduces significant changes to the operation of audit committees. These changes relate to the audit committee’s structure and position, independence and professional qualification and the scope of activities the audit committees will carry out under new regulations.
Employee benefits under IAS 19
Employee benefits under IAS 19
Ing. Viktor Brůžek, Martin Kožár
I am interested in attending the training (3 000,- CZK)
We will familiarise you with the classification of employee benefits under IAS 19, and present methods and principles that companies should use to account for liabilities arising from long-term employee benefits.