The Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA) has announced that the country has concluded its first digital reporting period under the European Single Electronic Format (ESEF).
The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has amended its rules on the XBRL taxonomies permitted for use in mandatory digital financial reporting.
Why are some iXBRL reports very slow, while others with similar levels of design open almost instantaneously? The answer largely lies not in the iXBRL itself, but the HTML – and our latest post suggests solutions for lightning-fast HTML with no compromise on visuals.
We now have well over 2,000 filings available at filings.xbrl.org, our index of Inline XBRL (iXBRL) reports made under the European Single Electronic Format (ESEF) programme. The filings.xbrl.org site makes all filings available in an iXBRL viewer, which allows you to use the XBRL tags to navigate the document and even to understand disclosures made […]
We now have more than 2,300 ESEF filings available to view, analyse or download at filings.xbrl.org. The inclusion of taxonomy packages in the XBRL Certified Software programme appears to have significantly reduced the number of packaging errors in this year’s reports.
“Good knowledge and understanding of XBRL can turn your mandatory ESEF submission into an opportunity to transform the way your data is presented, and avoid common errors,” says Pierre Pottier of Invoke in a recent opinion piece – and we heartily agree!
With the introduction of the digital, Inline XBRL-based European Single Electronic Format (ESEF), we have anticipated seeing consolidation in the European reporting space – a trend that now seems to be underway.
It is now possible for Italian filers to test financial statements in the Inline XBRL-based European Single Electronic Format (ESEF), thanks to a new online function on the website of the Italian Business Register (Registro delle Imprese).
The presentations and videos are online from XBRL Europe’s latest webinar, ‘From ESEF to Sustainability/ESG Reporting.’
On 7 March, the ESEF core taxonomy for 2021 was incorporated into EU law, making it possible to use in financial reporting.