After ten successful years working to bring structured business reporting to the Netherlands, and beyond, Prof. Hans Verkruijsse’s retirement from his long-standing role as XBRL Netherlands Chair was marked this week at a meeting in Amsterdam. Throughout his career within the profession (as a Partner at EY and as an academic at the Tilburg University) […]
With the obligation to deposit annual accounts in the XBRL format becoming mandatory for medium-sized firms as well as smaller legal entities for accounts prepared for the fiscal year ending 31 December 2017, XBRL Netherlands has organized a workshop for SME’s to help! Details here.
From the financial year 2017, most medium-sized legal entities in Netherlands are required to file their annual accounts with the Chamber of Commerce in XBRL. A free workshop (subsidised by the Ministry of Economic Affairs) is organised by XBRL Netherlands on November 28, 2017, for auditors and accountants to understand their role in the XBRL […]
Following the recent announcement by ESMA to adopt iXBRL, XBRL Netherlands are hosting an iXBRL workshop on 28th March in Utrecht. For more information, please see the event page on the XBRL Netherlands website.
The XBRL Europe Day in Amsterdam on 16 February is less than two weeks away. Members of XBRL Europe and Members of XBRL Jurisdictions across Europe can still apply for tickets. Find the Agenda and logistical details here. Kindly hosted at ABN Amro, it’s an important networking opportunity for the community and we hope to […]
XBRL Europe Day, presented by XBRL Netherlands and XBRL EU, will be held on the 16th of February 2017 in Amsterdam.
The Dutch central bank (DNB) has released the DNB-OTC taxonomy for the collection of data on Over-the-Counter (OTC) derivatives traded by the largest Dutch banks.
The Dutch Ministry of Interior is launching an SBR pilot program for filings related to the submission of financial reports to the Social Housing Guarantee Fund (WSW) and the Authority for Housing Associations (Aw).
A partnership of three major commercial banks in the Netherlands announced this week that they will mandate the use of the Standard Business Reporting (SBR) program for all credit reporting as of 1 January 2017.