The Central Bank of Ireland (CBI) affirms that Bank and Investment Firm Resolution Fund (BIFR) reporting is switching to XBRL.
Revenue, Ireland’s tax and customs agency, requires financial statements to be submitted in Inline XBRL (iXBRL) as part of corporate tax returns.
The Central Bank of Ireland has published its latest XBRL Taxonomy, version 2.1. It forms part of the Bank’s updated reporting requirements for Electronic Money Institutions (EMIs) and Payment Institutions (PIs).
Interested parties are invited to review modelling applied to the financial reporting requirements for the Republic of Ireland under FRS101, FSR102 and IFRS.
Invoke recently announced that their Irish client Insurers have been provided with the full set of CBI Solvency II National Specific Templates (NSTs) within their “e-Filing Insurance” regulatory reporting portal solution, thus allowing them to be fully prepared on time for the mandatory quarterly submissions due from May 2016 and for the semi-annual and annual […]
Irish Tax and Customs announced the launch of Phase Two of its iXBRL mandate for Corporate Tax filings. Phase Two moves beyond “Large Case” filers and covers Corporation Tax returns submitted on or after 1st Oct 2014 for accounting periods ending on or after 31st Dec 2013. The mandate still excludes companies where assets do not exceed €4.4 […]