The Eurofiling conference reconvened at the ECB’s HQ this week, with proceedings kicked off by Ms Silke Stapel-Weber, the Director General for Statistics at the European Central Bank. Ms Stapel-Weber announced that the next step of the Integrated Reporting Framework (IReF) has been approved by the ECB’s governing council.
More from the Eurofiling conference. The European Banking Authority (EBA) and European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA) announced a range of new developments, including the release of the Data Point Model 2.0.
The 28th Eurofiling Workshop will be held on 13 and 14 June at the ECB in Frankfurt and is divided into four thematic blocks (half day each)
The Eurofiling Foundation has updated the Eurofiling Taxonomy, which provides support to numerous taxonomies that deploy the Data Point Model (DPM).
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.
Amongst several fascinating presentations at the Eurofiling Innovation Day this week was an interesting demonstration on how XBRL reports can be used as the basis of explainable AI for bankruptcy prediction.
This week regulators, supervisors, industry and vendor representatives met in Frankfurt for the 2019 Eurofiling Conference to discuss regulation, technology and data collection today and into the future. We’ll have a full run down next week, including links to presentations.
23rd XBRL Europe Day. Registration is now open to XBRL Europe members and participants for the 23rd XBRL Europe Day which will be held in Paris, 28-29 May 2019. Registration is free and participants must sign up before May 20. The Europe Day will include a number of XBRL Europe working groups and task force sessions, such […]