Demonstrating how the xBRL-CSV format can be used to handle granular data, streamline the reporting process and help users compare and analyse information.
This is a guest post by Vincent Le Moal-Joubel, data scientist and XBRL expert at the Banque de France, based on his presentation at the 28th XBRL Europe Digital Week event on Bank & Insurance reporting, on 23 June 2021. He offers an important proof of concept on the use of xBRL-CSV for European reporting. […]
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