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    Eve Pastor

    IFRS subject matter expert, accounting authority

    As an insurance accounting subject matter expert, Eve Pastor works with insurers throughout the Americas on solutions to effectively manage risk and meet IFRS and US GAAP requirements, including IFRS 17, IFRS 9, LDTI, and CECL. She has 19 years of experience in accounting policy, financial reporting, internal audit, regulatory compliance, and enterprise risk management at institutions including insurance companies and state and local government.

    Indiana University, Kelley School of Business: BS, Accounting and Finance
    Indiana University, Jacobs School of Music: MM, Music
    • Certified Public Accountant
    • Chartered Global Management Accountant
    Moody's Analytics | Solution Reporting

    Insurance Regulatory Reporting : Moody's Analytics insurance regulatory reporting solution supports the delivery of group and solo-entity quantitative reports for Solvency II and other regimes.

    International Financial Reporting Standard (IFRS) 17: Insurance Contracts

    IFRS 17 Insurance Contracts: The Moody’s Analytics suite of software solutions, models, content, and services helps support the new requirements of IFRS 17 Insurance Contracts.


    Regulatory Reporting: US: Submission of raw information and summary data to satisfy regulatory requirements.

    Loss Accounting: CECL: New credit loss accounting standard that replaces the current ALLL accounting standard.

    Financial Reporting and Accounting: Accounting field concerned with financial transaction summary, analysis, and reporting.

    Published Work

    How tech is transforming insurers' financial reporting

    In this article, Eve Pastor, a director in the Risk and Accounting Solutions team at Moody's Analytics, talks about how insurers need to make strategic investments in infrastructure to stay ahead and how cloud technology will enable change across the industry.


    Where standards intersect

    Eve Pastor, a director in the Risk and Accounting Solutions team at Moody's Analytics, reports on the interaction between IFRS 17 and IFRS 9, and its implications for asset liability management, valuation, and financial reporting.