XBRL France, member of XBRL Europe, announce his annual conference on “Financial digitized data : obligations and perspectives”. It will be held in Paris on December 6 at the French Federation Insurance. This conference will provide an outlook on how the news obligations for the financial reporting through experience feedback and concrete examples . More […]
XBRL UK, member of XBRL Europe, announces an ESEF Conference held and organized at the Financial Reporting Council in London December 6, called the “UK Digital Reporting Forum” with the following theme “Moving towards the digital annual report and accounts”. As explained on the FRC website “Regulations, expectations and technology are driving an acceleration in […]
The SBR programme and XBRL NL, member of XBRL Europe, announce for November 27 an International Seminar on Digitalization and Reporting Standards on the benefits of cross-domain data standardisation in Brussels. During the seminar Royal Philips will present their experience on digital regulatory reporting. The seminar will address questions like what role does standardisation play and what are […]
XBRL Europe announces a DIGITAL HUB for ESEF implementation as a first step, and issues an invitation for content In response to the anticipated adoption of ESMA’s European Single Electronic Format “ESEF” rules, XBRL Europe can announce their decision to create a ESEF Digital Hub. The Hub will provide webinars, free of charge for the […]
VISIT ESEF.XBRL.EU. In response to the anticipated adoption of ESMA’s ESEF rules, XBRL Europe offers a ESEF Digital Hub with educative resources to understand the ESEF requirements and comply: link to the draft taxonomy, webinars program, list of related Tools and services. The hub is now open and will be regularly completed.
XBRL is the open international standard for digital business reporting, managed by a global not for profit consortium, XBRL International. XBRL is used around the world, in more than 50 countries. Millions of XBRL documents are created every year, replacing older, paper-based reports with more useful, more effective and more accurate digital versions.