The Spanish Ministry of Economy (Ministerio de Economía, Industria y Competitividad) has organised a roundtable and conference in Madrid for November 30th, 2017. The topic will be: “Taking advantage of financial reports: Analysis tools available to the public and the advantages of XBRL”, and will include speakers from Banco de España, and the Universidad Complutense […]
The 2nd Trusted Open Data Ecosystems Conference (TODE’2017) will be held in Madrid, Spain on 28th and 29th of September. The event will be hosted by the Law Innovation Center of Universidad Pontificia Comillas ICADE in the centre of Madrid. As in the previous year, participation in the TODE’17 is free of charge. The aim […]
A co-operative effort between Banco de España, XBRL España, and the AECA has created a set of industry-specific KPIs to help enhance the productivity of Spanish small and medium sized businesses.
XBRL Spain is hosting a conference on Risk Management, Interoperability and Information Standardization using XBRL.
The Bank of Spain has put into effect regulations for providing a standardised bank credit score to SMEs. The score is based on XBRL company filings from the business registrar combined with benchmark data about the performance of the relevant individual business sector from ECCBSO.
The Colegio de Registradores (Association of Spanish Business Registrars) work with the Banco de España to provide a standardised bank credit score to SMEs. The score is based on XBRL company filings from the business registrar combined with benchmark data from across the EU.
Maite Sainz from Banco de España recently provided an update on the XBRL implementation at that regulator. The Bank of Spain is that country’s central bank and bank regulator (national-level regulators are known as NCAs or National Competent Authorities in Europe), and has been using XBRL for data collection since 2005. The Bank has been […]
Spain has taken significant step forward in terms of open data and government transparency by making structured data from Annual Financial Statement filings freely available online.
XBRL Spain is hosting a Solvency II Seminar in Madrid on 28 October
The IS-FESG Taxonomy, by the Spanish Association of Accounting and Business Administration, provides technological support for the generation, transmission and processing of Reports on the activities for all types of entity using the Integrated Scoreboard of Financial, Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance indicators. http://www.istockphoto.com/photo/sevilla-city-square-and-banco-credito-de-espanol-19275242?st=d793b61