XBRL Italy has published a useful FAQ on filing European Single Electronic Format (ESEF) reports with the Italian Business Register (Registro delle Imprese).
It is now possible for Italian filers to test financial statements in the Inline XBRL-based European Single Electronic Format (ESEF), thanks to a new online function on the website of the Italian Business Register (Registro delle Imprese).
As our regular readers will know, the Inline XBRL-based European Single Electronic Format (ESEF) is now required for financial reporting across the EU.
Our jurisdictions around the world continue to break new ground in a range of activities, including XBRL research, experimentation and implementation. We would like to highlight just three here – but we would also love to hear your news from wherever you are in the world!
Italy has published lists of preferred national extensions for banks and insurance companies, agreed upon by a wide range of stakeholders. These will help filers add local requirements to ESEF reports, while cutting down on idiosyncratic extensions that get in the way of comparison.
XBRL Italy reports “another small step forward” in the digitisation of corporate reporting in Italy. Credit guarantee consortia known as Confidi are an important part of the Italian financial landscape.
XBRL Italy has announced that the taxonomy to be used for XBRL filing in 2020 remains unchanged. The guidance covers the filing, in 2020, of annual statements referring to financial years from 2016 onwards. The taxonomies to be used are the Italian Accounting Standards taxonomy 2018-11-04, and the taxonomy of the Italian Accounting Principles 2015-12-14. […]
Earlier this month the Italian Ministry of Economic Development announced that the 2019 version of the XBRL taxonomy for financial statements is available on the AGID website. The new taxonomy will come into effect for annual and consolidated accounts from 1 March 2019. The new taxonomy makes minor changes to the supplementary notes disclosures, and to […]
Following publication in the Official Gazette of the Italian Republic, updates made at the end of 2016 to the taxonomy for limited liability companies filing with the Italian InfoCamere (Chambers of Commerce) are in effect for all financial statements ending 31 December 2016 or later.
More than 900,000 financial statements were filed using XBRL at the Commercial Register of the Italian Chamber of Commerce in 2015.