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15th XBRL EU Day & 21st Eurofiling Workshop

XBRL week in Madrid

XBRL week in Madrid, June 2015

Monday 1st to Wednesday 3rd - June 2015
Venue: Business Registers - Bank of Spain
This event is possible thanks to the assistance of XBRL Spain

Event pictures
PHOTOS

arrow List of Organizations/Positions/Countries attending the event.
Countries table



arrow See Agenda and Speakers

arrow Monday 1st June - Tutorials, XEU Assembly, eSupervision
Introduction to DPM: Marek Wlodarczak
Sesión Formativa de XBRL en Español: XBRL Spain

arrow Tuesday 2nd June - 15th XBRL Europe Day
Auditorium
Business register in Spain: Ana María del Valle
Business register in the NL - SBR Project: John Sloof
EC BRIS project update and xEBR WG Pilot projects: Thomas Verdin
Analysts - Users - EU-IFRS Taxonomy Proof of Concept: Pierre Hamon
Transparency Directive from ESMA, a market understanding: Gilles Maguet
IASB - IFRS update: Rita Ogun-Clijmans
Supervisory Reporting WG update: Derek De Brandt and Eric Jarry
EBA's Taxonomies: Andreas Weller
European Central Bank: Giancarlo Pellizzari
Lessons learned implementing XBRL in the Bank of Spain: Maite Sainz
EIOPA - Solvency II update and calendar: Marjan Trobina
XBRL in Asia update: Yoshiaki Wada
Solvency II return of experience in France as early implementer: Eric Jarry
Natural Capital Disclosure: María Mora

arrow Wednesday 3rd June - 21st Eurofiling Workshop
Auditorium
Welcome Words: Maite Sainz
Sequential approach and data quality: Giancarlo Pellizzari, Juan Alberto Sánchez
Operational readiness for EBA Taxonomies: Andreas Weller
Live COREP/FINREP experiences: Moderated by Michal Piechocki
Solvency II general update by EIOPA: Marjan Trobina, Aitor Azcoaga
DPM Architect for NCAs: Víctor Morilla
SBR, the triple standardisation: Marc van Hilvoorde, Bas Groenveld

Techies'track
Standards' Convergence on the Semantic Web: Linked Data: María Mora
Lessons learned implementing IFRS with XBRL in Latinamerica: Javi Mora
Latvian experience on collecting XBRL files: Artis Smits
Large instance processing: Mark Goodhand
Validation of the DPM and database implementation: I. Santos, A. Nieto-Cano
Consolidated Banking Data as XBRL-SDMX conversion: Panagioti Voulgaris

arrow From 3 to 5 June - 18th European Commerce Register's Forum

arrow Lunes 1 de Junio - Sesión Formativa de XBRL en Español

arrow Social Programme
Sunday 1st     Old town walking tour and optional dinner. Confirmed! No booking.
Tuesday 2nd   Shopping Experience. Cancelled.
Thursday 4th  Sightseeing to Avila. Confirmed! Join at info@eurofiling.info

arrow Keynote Institutions
EBA (European Banking Authority)
EIOPA (European Insurance & O.P. Authority)
ECB (European Central Bank)
IFRS (International Financial Reporting Standards Foundation)

arrow Who should attend?
XBRL Europe members and stakeholders. Supervisors and experts (accountants as well as technicians) in regulatory filing / business registers. Project managers, solution providers, vendor representatives and consultants.
XBRL Europe Day is more focused in policies and guidelines evolutions involving XBRL in Europe, while Eurofiling workshop is more technically oriented to COREP/FINREP/SolvencyII and other implementations.

arrow Registration
CLICK HERE TO SEE REGISTRATION WEBPAGE
The registration was closed on May 25nd COB.


arrow Questions and suggestions
Please mail to info@eurofiling.info
(Also for agenda proposals, sightseeing preferences or other topics).


arrow Venue, Logistics and transport
The venue addresses are adjacent, at Alcala 540 - 522, Madrid, Spain.

Bank of Spain (Alcalá 522) is the main place for the event, with the registration desk and most of the meeting rooms. The employees' canteen has been reserved in exclusive, from 12:00 to 13:00, for the attendees' lunch. Security checks applies.
Business Registers (Alcalá 540, entrance for Cronos 69) is focused in more specialized meetings. See agenda for details.

Optional dinners has been arranged for every night. See Time Out programme for details. Booking is not required, except for the Networking Dinner (see the registration form).

The venue is located between the city centre (Underground is the best) and the Airport (10 Km of highway, less than 15 minutes). Note the Thursday 4 is a bank holiday in Madrid, so the outbound flights may be busy on Wednesday 3 afternoon.

Taxi from inner Madrid from/to airport has a flat fare of 30€; a bit less from/to venue. Taxis with green light (for hire) are constantly running on the street: simply raise your hand.

Underground (Line 5, Suanzes or Torre Arias stations) is the fastest and cheapest option going from/to downtown; however, from/to airport is more than one hour (due to commutations on city centre).


arrow Dress code
Business attire is recommended.

arrow Hotels
Distance from 600 to 1200 meters. Please book by yourself.
Hotel Confortel Alcala Norte **** (quality/price)
Hotel Holiday Inn Madrid - Calle Alcala **** (location)
Hotel Ibis Madrid Valentin Beato **
Hotel Ibis Budget Madrid Valentin Beato
Hotel TRYP Alcalá 611 ****
Hotel Meliá Avenida América ****
Hotel Eco Alcala Suites ****
Hotel Travelodge Madrid Alcalá *




 
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