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Preparing for IFRS 9 – A tailored approach to loss fo...

With a tailored approach, you get the best forecast of future losses for you – one that suits your portfolio perfectly rather than a one-size-fits-all s...

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Preparing for IFRS 9 – The wider benefits of transitio...

IAS 39 has been around in its current form since 2005, so you may be nervous about the transition to IFRS 9. However, as All Blacks legend Brad Thorn discovered, switching from one system to another can bring huge...

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Preparing for IFRS 9: Take the direct route to accurat...

In life, it does not matter how much work you put into something if you are heading in the wrong direction, as one Olympic athlete once discovered to his...

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Preparing for IFRS 9 – Change affects us all different...

Welcome to the second instalment of our Loss Forecasting blog series, which will show you how Experian can help you get your business IFRS 9 compliant and ready for...

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IFRS 9: The rules of the game have changed – be prepar...

Read our blog on preparing for IFRS 9 and find out what football and IFRS 9 preparation have in common - A view from our IFRS 9 compliance...

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The Mortgage Market Review: What are the implications ...

After much consultation the FSA published its final version of the Mortgage Market Review on October 25th. The new rules arising from the Mortgage Market Review (MMR) will not change who will be lent to, but rather prescribe a more robust approach to income verification and affordability...

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