IFRS 17 advisor; AXIS Actuarial Modeling System expert; vast experience in life insurance, life reinsurance, and risk management; Canadian and American actuarial consultant

Trevor Howes helps Moody’s Analytics clients implement IFRS 17, which is his current focus. Along with marketing and communications roles related to the AXIS Actuarial Modeling System, his expertise spans multiple domains including actuarial, finance, and risk management functions. Additionally, Trevor has been closely monitoring the development of IFRS 4, Phase II.

University of Waterloo
BM, Actuarial Science
Moody's Analytics | Asset Liability Mangement

Insurance Asset and Liability Management : Moody's Analytics insurance asset and liability management (ALM) solution provide scenario-based asset and liability modeling for insurers.

International Financial Reporting Standard (IFRS) 17: Insurance Contracts

International Financial Reporting Standard (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.

Moody's Analytics | Financial Data

Financial Data: Moody's Analytics financial data solutions enable you to assess market opportunities and compare entities across systems.


Economic Risk Assessment: Quantitative economic assessment to help you understand the impact of forward-looking changes on the performance of your business and portfolios.

Asset Liability Management: Mechanism to address the risk banks face from a mismatch between assets and liabilities.

Econometric Modeling: Fully transparent econometric and statistical models to assess performance of geographies, financials and various asset classes.

Published Work

IFRS 17: Sharing the load

IFRS 17 will require a collaborative approach to ensure that the new calculations, underlying processes and systems are a joint actuarial and accounting responsibility.

September 2018

Actuarial Models in an IFRS 17 World

Compliance with the IFRS 17 standard promises to bring the greatest disruption ever seen to insurers' financial reporting systems and processes, by forcing companies to integrate actuarial models deeply within reporting processes.

April 2018