The European Central Bank (ECB) has released its supervisory banking statistics for the second quarter of 2022.
Toppan Merrill’s Bartek Czajka has brought together some great insights on the keys to success in European Single Electronic Format (ESEF) filings, drawing on his experience of the first year of full ESEF implementation across Europe.
Among other great speakers at the recent XBRL Europe conference, Jean-Phillippe Rabine of the European Commission provided an update on the planned European Single Access Point, or ESAP, the EU’s far-reaching and ambitious plan to provide huge amounts of reported digital information all in one place.
Accountancy Europe has written to Commissioner Mairead McGuinness of the European Commission on the ongoing development of sustainability reporting standards.
“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!
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.
We see the ongoing development of the European Single Access Point (ESAP) as excellent news. It will make it easy to access digital financial and sustainability data disclosures – and potentially other kinds of data too – from across the EU, via a single portal.
Filing season is well underway in what is the first year of the European Single Electronic Format (ESEF) mandate in many countries, obliging companies to report digitally using Inline XBRL.