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PRACTICE Analyzing FS compliance to the IFRS - John Vincent De Leon

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College of Business and Accountancy
School Year: 2020 - 2021
Petrogen Insurance Corporation
(A wholly-owned Subsidiary of Petron Corporation)
Statements of Income
Underwriting Income
a. Nature and Composition
Apart from life insurance, the Petrogen Insurance Corporation is now active in all sorts of
insurance and reinsurance for products and property, as well as transportation and conveyance,
both on land and at sea.
The Corporation is implementing PFRS 17 to make it easier for insurers and their customers to
evaluate and analyze the profitability of new and current business, as well as to have a better
knowledge of the company's financial status.
b. Recognition
The company's insurance contract revenues are categorised under PFRS 4, whereas interest and
other income are classified under PFRS 9 and 15, respectively. Revenue from customer
contracts is recorded at an amount that reflects the consideration that the company expects to
receive in exchange for those goods or services, excluding sums collected on behalf of others
once control has been handed to customers.
The corporation's other underwriting income is recorded during the period when benefits are
received. They began recording revenue when they received the amount they had anticipated
from their consumers.
c. Measurement
With the exception of financial assets classified as investments in debt securities at fair value via
other comprehensive income (FVOCI), which are stated at fair value, the Corporation's financial
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statements have been produced on a historical cost basis. Insurance contract groups are valued
under PFRS 17 using fulfillment cash flows, which represent the risk-adjusted present value of
the entity's rights and obligations to policyholders, and a contractual service margin, which
represents the unearned profit the entity will recognize while providing services to policyholders
during the coverage period.
Insurance contracts mix financial instruments with service contracts. It's also worth noting that
many long-term insurance contracts produce cash flows that vary dramatically over time. PFRS
17 (Philippine Financial Reporting Standards):
This strategy combines the estimation of future cash flows and the recognition of profit
over the life of a contract.
Separates the results of insurance services (including revenue) from the income or
expenditures of insurance finance; and
It necessitates a decision by an entity as to which income and expenses should be
recorded in profit and loss and which should be recorded in other comprehensive
d. Presentation
The financial statements of the organization are presented in such a way that the
information can be trusted to be accurate and up-to-date. Note 25 examines recovery or
settlement within 12 months of the report's publication date (current) and more than 12
months after the publication date (non-current.)
For the time being, the company is assessing the new standard's impact on its financial
statements thoroughly.
e. Disclosure
Both qualitative and quantitative disclosures are required by PFRS 17. The goal is for an
entity to disclose information that, when combined with the information in the primary
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financial statements, allows financial statement readers to assess the impact of insurance
contracts on the entity's financial condition, performance, and cash flows. PFRS 17 requires
particular disclosures of the following to accomplish this:
 amounts recognized in the financial statements;
 material judgments made in applying IFRS 17; and
 the nature and extent of risks arising from insurance contracts.