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FASB Finalises 2020 Taxonomies

At the end of last year the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) announced the release of the updated 2020 GAAP Taxonomy, 2020 SEC Taxonomy and the XBRL US DQC (Data Quality Commission) Rules Taxonomy. The GAAP Taxonomy and SEC Taxonomy are expected to be accepted as final by the SEC in early 2020. They are […]

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ESMA Updates Taxonomy in Advance of ESEF

At the end of 2020 the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) updated the ESEF XBRL taxonomy files to reflect the 2019 update of the ESEF Regulation. The XBRL taxonomy files that have been released are based on the IFRS Taxonomy and compliant with all technical and legal requirements of the ESEF regulation. They are also available in all […]

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FASB Issue 2020 Draft Taxonomy Release Notes

 The Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) has issued proposed taxonomy updates and improvements for 2020. Stakeholders are invited to comment on the proposed changes, with the deadline for comments being 3 January 2020. The proposed changes are pending SEC acceptance of the 2020 FASB US GAAP Financial Reporting Taxonomy. Read more and access the release […]

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PRA Publish BoE Taxonomy Version 3.3.0

The UK’s Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) have published version 3.3.0 of the Bank of England Banking (BoE) XBRL Taxonomy, release notes, data point model dictionary, annotated templates and validation rules. Updates have been made to support the collection of Capital+ and Ring-fencing reporting. See here for more information and the taxonomy update release note.

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EBA Publish XBRL Taxonomy v2.9.1

On November 5 the European Banking Authority (EBA) published an updated version of data point model 2.9.1, the accompanying taxonomy, and an updated list of validation rules. Updates to the reporting framework will take effect at different dates dependent on regulatory requirements. Find the updates and all related files here.

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SRB Publish 2020 Taxonomy

Europe’s Single Resolution Board (SRB) is taking steps to protect taxpayers from having to bail out the banks. This week they have published a taxonomy extension in order to facilitate their shift to full XBRL reporting in 2020. The SRB was formed in response to the ‘too big to fail’ problem revealed by the 2008 financial crisis. In […]

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IFRS Taxonomy now available in Turkish

The files for the 2018 IFRS Taxonomy are now available in Turkish. To provide support to Turkish speakers, the IFRS Taxonomy Illustrated (ITI) has also been translated. This provides a simplified guide to the IFRS Taxonomy in an easy-to-read visual format that does not require knowledge of XBRL. Furthermore, the IFRS Taxonomy versioning information, which […]

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LIBOR Update to IFRS Taxonomy Proposed

Following the recent update to the IFRS standards in advance of the transition away from discredited interest rate benchmarks such as LIBOR, the IASB have proposed corresponding updates to the IFRS Taxonomy 2019. The Proposed IFRS Taxonomy updates include new elements that reflect the disclosure requirements introduced by the recent amendments to IFRS 9, IAS 39 and […]

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Bank of Russia Update Reporting Guidance

The Bank of Russia has published a guide to help preparers make the reporting changes required by the recent adjustments to accounting standards and the Bank of Russia taxonomy. The instructions include changes to the forms, terms and procedures for compiling and submitting reports. Some affected submission dates have been extended due to the changes. […]

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FASB Propose SEC Taxonomy Update

The Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) recently released a draft proposal for technical and other conforming improvements to the SEC 2020 taxonomy. The changes include improvements to four standard labels, improvements to four documentation labels and eight new elements. The proposal is open for comment until 8 November 2019. Interested parties should email their comments […]

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