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Comparison of information exchange formats - XBRL, ISO 20022 and SDMX - Eurofiling XBRL Week 2018

Comparison of information exchange formats XBRL, ISO

Topic abstract

Starting from January 2020 all issuers listed on the regulated markets in Europe will be submitting their annual financial reports in iXBRL format. ISO 20022 was chosen by ESMA as the technical format for implementing Level 2 regulations for various European Commission directives. SDMX-based data collection for AnaCredit is scheduled to start in September 2018.

 

This 1.5h session will focus on a thorough analysis of the XBRL, ISO 20022 and SDMX standards which are gaining increasing attention in various areas of information exchange in Europe. The similarities and differences will be compared from both the technical perspective (including underlying technical specifications, metadata definition, presentation of data, available validation mechanisms, etc.) and the governance process perspective (governing bodies, standards development, acknowledgement of the specifications, etc.).

Michal Zubrycki

Michal Zubrycki

For over 7 years Michal has been advising various regulatory authorities and financial institutions on XBRL standard application for the purposes of business and financial reporting. He has an extensive knowledge in the areas of development, implementation and quality assurance of XBRL taxonomies. Apart from XBRL standard, Michal is knowledgeable in other information exchange formats, including SDMX and ISO20022. Recently, Michal has been involved in the preparation of the cost benefit analysis of the iXBRL standard application by ESMA and took part in the development team responsible for the European Single Electronic Format [ESEF] Regulatory Technical Standard.

Karol Minczynski

Karol Minczynski

Karol is an IT Manager with experience in software development and enterprise architecture projects for reporting and supervision IT systems. For over 7 year he has worked with a variety of institutions,  technologies, reporting frameworks and formats. Karol is a dedicated translator of IT and business perspectives, focused on good understanding of new technologies and optimal speed of adoption.

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XBRL Europe has been set up to foster European XBRL efforts and to implement common XBRL projects in Europe between its members and to liaise with European Authorities and organizations. XBRLEurope is also governed by its Executive Committee under the supervision of the General Assembly. The Executive Committee as the managing body of the Association, is responsible for the management and administration of the Association.

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