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Insurance hot topics: 2022 year-in-review

The Baker Tilly team has been busy this year helping organizations like yours grow to even greater heights – and we will strive to do the same in 2023. Join us for the final webinar in our 2022 insurance hot topics series – a three-part virtual discussion with Baker Tilly’s accounting and tax professionals as they address all of today’s trending topics and key insights as we enter the end of 2022.

As you look ahead to 2023, our professionals will cover updated U.S. GAAP and statutory accounting guidance, ESG and the SEC, and an overview of the digital assets landscape.

Learning objectives:


  1. Evaluating issued and pending U.S. GAAP and statutory accounting guidance that may have an impact on insurers
  2. Understanding the basics of the new guidance and how it may impact your company


  1. Review of recent ESG-related regulatory updates on the SEC proposed rules
  2. Information on how the industry will be impacted should the SEC rules be finalized
  3. Overview of what companies should be doing now regarding their ESG policies

Digital assets

  1. Overview of the current crypto trends in the industry and happenings in the space at a macro market level
  2. Review of the current state of regulations and outlook for the future

Information about CPE eligibility

There are no prerequisites for this event, and advance preparation is not required. There is no cost to attend this event.

Level: Overview

CPE credit: One and a half (1.5) hours total credit

Field of study: Specialized knowledge

CPE host: Stephanie Evers

A certificate of completion will be emailed to you four to six weeks following the event.

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