Items tagged with "Anchoring"

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A new post from XBRL International’s Entity Specific Disclosure Task Force (ESDTF) delves into the complex but crucial process of incorporating common practice reporting elements into financial reporting taxonomies like IFRS and US GAAP. The same technique can be used by analysts and data providers ahead of standards setters actions in this area.

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Enhancing Comparability with Anchoring

This is a post by XBRL International’s Entity Specific Disclosure Task Force (ESDTF). Taxonomy authors expend considerable effort identifying common practice reporting (CPR) elements for inclusion in taxonomies such as the IFRS and US GAAP taxonomies. Filers frequently meet reporting requirements that are not explicitly defined in the accounting standards by creating extension elements. This […]

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New guidance available: anchoring examples for ESEF reporting

Do you need to understand the nuances of ESEF reporting – and how to get anchoring relationships right? If so, new guidance exploring examples of ESEF anchoring is to hand.

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Wider, Narrower: Anchoring in ESEF

As we have reported here before, from January 2020, under ESEF, all IFRS annual report face financial statements issued in the EU’s regulated markets will need to be marked up with Inline XBRL tags. ESMA are using the ESEF taxonomy, an extension of the IFRS taxonomy. To accommodate non-standard disclosures, ESMA are allowing taxonomy extensions. […]

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Draft Guidelines: Using the ESEF Rules for Anchoring Extensions

 XBRL International’s Entity Specific Disclosure Task Force (ESDTF) has published draft guidance to help those who will be preparing iXBRL reports or developing software that complies with ESMA’s ESEF regulation better understand how to anchor entity-specific concepts to ESEF taxonomy concepts. This guidance is draft, and non-normative, but is intended to assist software firms and issuers […]

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