Items tagged with "XBRLEU"

New XBRL EU Leadership Elected

The Executive Committee of XBRL Europe has elected a new Chair and 2 vice chairs. Congratulations to new Chair Bruno Tesnière, and to Paul Snijders and Hans Buysse for their selection as Vice Chairs.  Sincere thanks to outgoing Chair Marc Hemmerling from XBRL Luxembourg and outgoing Vice Chair Camille Dumm from XBRL Belgium for their time and […]

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SME Benchmark Credit Risk Reports in Spain

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.

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ESMA Launches Consultation

(ESMA) is seeking public comment on aspects of the European Single Electronic Format (ESEF), which will be required for the preparation of annual reports for all issuers in regulated markets as of 1 January 2020.

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Solvency II Bearing Down

Solvency II, the new European rules that harmonise insurance regulation, including the introduction of uniform capital rules across Europe was a key area of focus at the recent XBRL EU Week in Madrid.

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Latvian success story

The Latvian regulator has implemented Solvency II and CRD IV reporting using a taxonomy-driven approach. *Link to presentation added*

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Implementation tips from the Banco de España

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 […]

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Danish Business Authority now publishing

The Danish Business Authority is now publishing more than 600,000 sets of company accounts

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CRD IV European Bank Reporting bedding down

The level of co-ordinated focus, at a national as well as at a pan-European basis, on improving data quality is very impressive, although clearly it is still early days.

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