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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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XBRL US issues third CAFR Taxonomy

XBRL US has released for public review the third version of the demonstration Comprehensive Annual Financial Reporting (CAFR) Taxonomy. The CAFR Taxonomy demonstrates how comparable data standards are applicable to municipal government annual reports. The third version of the Taxonomy expands on the previous two versions to include seven financial statements, two footnotes, and two schedules from the […]

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XBRL Italy announces 2020 Taxonomy

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. […]

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EDGAR Updated to 20.1.1.

The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has announced the upgrade of the EDGAR system to Release 20.1.1. The latest update now supports the 2020 US GAAP, 2020 SEC Reporting (SRT), 2020 Countries (Country), 2020 Currencies (Currency), 2020 Exchanges (EXCH), and 2020 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) taxonomies. The system no longer supports the 2013 and […]

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BoE publishes Taxonomy Update

Last week the Bank of England published an update to the release note published alongside the Bank of England Banking Taxonomy 3.3.0. The update includes minor amendments to the validation files included with the taxonomy. Read more and access the files here.

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SEC announces EDGAR Update for 2020 Taxonomies

The US Securities and Exchange Commission have announced that on March 9 the EDGAR system will be updated to handle the following taxonomies: US GAAP 2020 Taxonomy; SEC Reporting 2020 Taxonomy; COUNTRY 2020 Taxonomy; CURRENCY 2020 Taxonomy; EXCH 2020 Taxonomy; and SIC 2020 Taxonomy. Additionally, the SEC will remove the 2012 and 2013 INVEST Taxonomies […]

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Bank of England Update ASFV Taxonomy

The Bank of England has now published an updated taxonomy (v1.1.0) and associated validation rules for forms AS and FV, which represent key aspects of the bank’s statistical data collection in XBRL. Read more here.

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