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ESEF RTS updated for 2020 Taxonomy

The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has published a draft update to the ESEF Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS) to reflect the changes that have been made to the 2020 IFRS taxonomy.

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Want to get involved with TAGTF? Now’s the time

The Taxonomy Architecture Guidance Task Force (TAGTF) are a group of taxonomy experts who work to produce reliable and high-quality XBRL International guidance to save taxonomy authors time and ensure consistency with other taxonomies. If you would like to help define international best practice in XBRL taxonomies and be recognised for your expertise, then the […]

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ESEF Tests

At yesterday’s Eurofiling digital gathering, ESMA’s Anna Sciortino provided a description of the next steps for the ESEF mandate, including updates to the taxonomy and RTS. Slides are available here. XBRL España’s Javier Mora has prepared an extremely detailed deck that analyses the ESMA ESEF Test Suite, with examples and descriptions. Software vendors that are working in […]

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LEI Taxonomy reaches Proposed Recommendation status

The Legal Entity Identifier (LEI) taxonomy has been published as a Proposed Recommendation. This indicates that sufficient implementation experience has been obtained to confidently believe that no additional development is needed. If no further issues are identified at this stage the specification will next be re-issued as an XBRL Recommendation. The LEI, governed by Global Legal […]

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Draft LEI Taxonomy Guidance Available

The LEI in XBRL Working Group, working under XBRL International’s Best Practice Board, has published guidance on how to use the recently updated LEI Taxonomy to incorporate LEIs into XBRL reports. Legal Entity Identifiers (LEIs) provide uniform and unique identification of legal entities, improving the consistency and comparability of data. LEIs are governed by the independent not for profit Global […]

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FERC calls for XBRL Taxonomy Comment

Following the recent (online) Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) conference, FERC is calling for post-conference comments on the draft taxonomy discussed. In June 2019 the US FERC announced that they were adopting the XBRL standard for utilities reporting, in order to make it easier to submit and analyse data, automate filings, and, over time, reduce costs. In […]

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SEC publishes draft 2020 DEI Taxonomy for Public review

The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has published a draft update for 2020 to the Document and Entity Information (DEI) taxonomy. Interested and affected parties are invited to provide comments on the draft DEI taxonomy via email to StructuredData@sec.gov before the deadline of 27 May 2020. Read more and access the taxonomy files here.

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New LEI Taxonomy

The XBRL Best Practices Board has approved the publication of an updated version of the Legal Entity Identifier (LEI) taxonomy. This taxonomy, developed by the LEI in XBRL Working Group seeks to standardise the ways in which LEIs are used in XBRL Reports. LEIs provide globally unique identifiers for companies and other entities, and standardising the […]

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UK’s new XBRL Taxonomy enables easier Energy and Carbon Reporting.

As the UK continues to increase mandatory environmental disclosure requirements, Companies House and the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) have released a new XBRL taxonomy making it easier for firms to comply.

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IFRS Publishes 2020 Taxonomy

This week the IFRS Foundation published the IFRS Taxonomy 2020, based on the latest IFRS Standards. It incorporates an update designed to help data users understand how uncertainty relating to interest rate benchmark reform affects an entity’s hedging relationships. The publication is accompanied by the updated IFRS Taxonomy Formula Linkbase 2020 which can help validate […]

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