XBRL, SDMX, ISO 20022 and interoperability of standards

Registration is open here until May 26th COB!


If you have subjects to share with us, and your agenda can allow your presence in Frankfurt, it would be of great interest to us having you among the speakers. Also if you think that other persons would be interested or more suitable to make a presentation on these subjects please feel free to tell us.

What are the reasons you should not miss the XBRL Week 2017 in Frankfurt?

Nowadays, the European Central Bank, the European Banking Authority and the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority, as well as a large number of National Competent Authorities, are using the same XBRL standard for financial Reporting. It is the same at many national levels for Business Registers and national Tax Authorities, even with the comprehensive Standard Business Reporting approach in some countries.

The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has published a feedback statement setting out that Inline XBRL is the digital format which issuers in the European Union (EU) must use to report their company information from 1 January 2020. The Securities and Exchange Commission (USA) is providing notice that the IFRS Taxonomy is available for foreign private issuers to submit their financial statements in XBRL.

Our audience of 200+ European experts from regulation, central banks, authorities (EBA, EIOPA, ESMA and national authorities), standards setters, reporting entities and providers are very interested in the progress of the harmonization and interoperability of the financial and business reporting as seen by the European Commission and specifically the progress within the securities market sector with the transparency directive implementation.

The event is kindly hosted by the European Central Bank in Frankfurt. The event is free for members who have been registered and accepted to the event. Thus

  1. Discover National and European XBRL experiences, progress and future steps
  2. Share first hand experiences with Regulators, Preparers, Providers and Academics
  3. Learn about the last developments with new stakeholders like ESMA, but also innovations and interoperability with other standards
  4. Be present in the Working Groups meetings sessions
  5. Don’t miss the opportunity to ask face to face questions to decision makers and technies
  6. Network during sessions, breaks, lunches and friendly dinner

Who should attend?
Stakeholders and Experts from Regulatory and Supervisory bodies involved in Regulatory Reporting and Business Registers, XBRL Europe members, Eurofiling Community members and stakeholders. The event is organized in parallel tracks which are interesting to both attendants with a general and a technical background. Past editions audience has included Supervisory staff, Project managers, solution providers and consultants. Academics are welcome as well.

XBRL Europe Day is focused in policies and guidelines evolutions involving XBRL in Europe, European Authorities and EU Countries, while the Eurofiling Workshop is more practically oriented to COREP, FINREP, SolvencyII, IFRS and implementations. Don’t miss the Academic Track, open space for sharing ideas and experiences from established and emerging reporting domains using standards. It brings the opportunity for academics and industrial researchers to present their work