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FRC Consult on SECR Taxonomy

The UK’s Financial Reporting Council (FRC) has opened consultation on the draft Streamlined Energy & Carbon Reporting (SECR) Taxonomy, with comments welcome until September 30. On April 1 2019 the UK government introduced the new SECR policy, building on the previous Mandatory Greenhouse Gas Reporting policy to extend mandatory energy reporting to more companies. The […]

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PRA Publish Regulatory Reporting Updates to EBA Taxonomy 2.9

The UK’s Prudential Regulation Authority have updated their rulebook, making a number of changes to regulatory reporting requirements. Following a consultation period, the PRA have published a policy statement outlining the final updated reporting requirements for ring-fenced bank reporting, Capital+ reporting and the scope of Financial Reporting (FINREP) to be reported by certain firms that […]

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Solvency II Taxonomy

On 15 July the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA) released its updated Solvency II Data Point Models and XBRL taxonomies. The taxonomy and all related documents, including filing rules, details of the changes made,  the Data Point Model, validations and instructions can be found here.

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Updated IFRS Business Rules

The IFRS Taxonomy formula linkbase 2019 (the technical term for the business rules published as part of the IFRS taxonomy) is now available to download. The 2019 version includes updates reflecting a range of changes made to the IFRS Taxonomy  this year. These business rules can help preparers increase the accuracy of their reports by helping validate the […]

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SEC Analyse Extension Use

The SEC have published a trend analysis of taxonomy extensions used in XBRL submissions, showing little change in the overall percentage of filers using extensions – around 18% – between 2017 and 2018. During the same time the number of accelerated filers using extensions did come down slightly, to be more in line with other […]

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Wider, Narrower: Anchoring in ESEF

As we have reported here before, from January 2020, under ESEF, all IFRS annual report face financial statements issued in the EU’s regulated markets will need to be marked up with Inline XBRL tags. ESMA are using the ESEF taxonomy, an extension of the IFRS taxonomy. To accommodate non-standard disclosures, ESMA are allowing taxonomy extensions. […]

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FERC Adopt XBRL for Utilities Reporting

Yesterday, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) announced that they are adopting the XBRL standard for utilities reporting on Form Nos. 1, 1-F, 2, 2-A, 3-Q electric, 3-Q natural gas, 6, 6-Q, 60, and 714. The final rule states: “The use of XBRL will make the information in these forms easier for filers to submit […]

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IFRS Taxonomy Available in Ukrainian

All files for the IFRS Taxonomy 2018 are now available in Ukrainian. In addition, supporting materials to support Ukrainian-speaking users of the Taxonomy are also available. These include the IFRS Taxonomy Illustrated, a simplified, visual version of the Taxonomy that doesn’t require XBRL knowledge. IFRS Taxonomy versioning information, which shows the changes between the IFRS […]

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ESEF Updates Taxonomy

Following the European Single Electronic Format (ESEF) passing into law on 29 May with the publication of the Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS), ESMA has published a draft update to the RTS. The new draft updates the RTS’s core taxonomy, which has been based on the 2017 IFRS taxonomy, to the 2019 IFRS taxonomy, ensuring the ESEF […]

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US Updates EDGAR

On 10 June the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced that the EDGAR system has been updated to version 19.2. Amongst other changes, the latest update to EDGAR ensures it can support the 2019 IFRS Taxonomy, and EDGAR version 19.2 will no longer support the 2017 US GAAP, 2016 Currencies, 2014 DEI and 2017 […]

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