There is, as yet, no easy way to find European Single Electronic Format (ESEF) submissions and the valuable information they contain – although progress towards the European Single Access Portal (ESAP) is likely to change that over time. So XBRL US has started a collection point of its own to help data consumers access the filings.
Interested in the European Single Electronic Format (ESEF)? If so, you’ll want to keep 27-29 April free. XBRL Europe, in collaboration with some of the European XBRL jurisdictions, is organising a series of short online events dubbed the ‘27th XBRL Europe digital week on ESEF.’
All 154 submissions to the European Commission consultation on the establishment of a European Single Access Point (ESAP) are now available to download, and we’re pleased to see a strong positive response in favour of using XBRL.
The latest Eurofiling event, themed ‘ESEF today, ESG tomorrow,’ shared experiences of the European Single Electronic Format (ESEF) and looked ahead to the future of reporting in Europe: digital, comparable and wide in scope.
Looking for an early take on what lessons have been learnt so far from the first reports using the European Single Electronic Format (ESEF)?
As the first financial reports produced using the European Single Electronic Format (ESEF) are filed across Europe, we’ve been taking a little tour of the continent to find out how early implementation is unfolding – and this week we’re in Sweden.
As we continue to follow the news of both delays to the European Single Electronic Format (ESEF) mandate and early voluntary ESEF filings, useful as ‘dry runs’, we’re pleased to note a first from the Netherlands.
While updates have been trickling in in recent weeks, there’s now official news on the European Single Electronic Format (ESEF) mandate. The European Commission (EC) has published a list of countries that have opted for a one-year ESEF postponement due to Covid-19, pushing its start to January 2022.
XBRL Finland has carried out a very useful investigation into how the Finnish market is responding to ESEF, the Inline XBRL-powered European common standard for financial reporting.
Many of us have been carefully watching the progress of the European Single Electronic Format (ESEF) mandate. ESEF, underpinned by Inline XBRL, has seen the market rapidly develop new, innovative and competitive tools for compliance to meet the needs of companies that seek to mix “Data+Design”.