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VIII European Supervisors XBRL Workshop. 6-7th of November, Amsterdam

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CEBS would like to invite you to participate at the VIII XBRL European Supervisors Workshop, hosted by De Nederlandsche Bank at the Aristo Amsterdam Conference Center. Please find below the agenda and the link to the registration form of the workshop (

The aim of the event would be focused on the practical problems that the implementation of XBRL COREP and FINREP taxonomies is creating to the banks and investment firms in Europe. We would like to gather feedback from the industry, on the practical problems their institutions are facing with the use of XBRL for regulatory reporting, either from a domestic perspective or in a cross-border basis.

We would like to invite members to nominate experts to attend as participants and speakers for this workshop. Please send your speaker nomination to Jacobo Varela ( at your earliest convenience.

Please confirm your registration by the 22nd of October 2007. Applications received by October 22nd will be immediately confirmed in written, to facilitate travel arrangements. After this deadline a quick confirmation can not be guaranteed. For additional information or questions, please e-mail us to

One Day One e-Line Workshop, November 5th - 6th, Amsterdam

Central Banks and financial supervisors in Europe and beyond have similar processes in place for the collection, verification, storage and publication of data streams. The One day One e-Line workshop presents an overview of the e-Line system and directions on how you can join the e-Line initiative (see agenda here). It is mainly organized for European Supervisors and representatives of the Statistical and ICT departments of Central Banks within the EU as well as representatives of the ECB. But, in case of interests of other countries outside the EU, they are more than welcome to participate the e-Line workshop and to join the initiative. More info at:


The aim of the workshop is to update CEBS members in the latest developments of the CEBS taxonomies and in the XBRL specification. Additionally, it is envisaged the participation of banking industry in this event to gather information from the practical problems their institutions are facing with the use of XBRL for regulatory reporting, either from a domestic perspective or in a cross-border basis.


The workshop will hold a number of presentations and panel discussions. A final plenary meeting will help participants to arise any concern, suggestion or clarification they may have.


The workshop is open for XBRL experts from national authorities, banking institutions and software industry. Participation is at no cost.


A summary of the discussions will be prepared, including potential open issues in the development of CEBS taxonomies.

arraowVenue (near Teleport and the Metro station) and Accommodation (see letters on map)

VIII European Supervisors XBRL Workshop

Venue: Aristo Amsterdam Conference Center

Previously to the workshop, the DNB offers to hold an internal seminar for national authorities to explain their reporting system (E-Line), starting on 5 November in the afternoon.

Tuesday 2007/11/06
12:00 - 13:00 Lunch
13:00 - 13:20 Welcome words
Arnoud Vossen, Chairman - CEBS Expert Group on Financial Information
13:20 - 14:00 COREP and FINREP Update
CEBS XBRL Network Members
14:00 - 14:30 Matrix Schema: a view on XBRL taxonomies
Michele Romanelli. Banca d'Italia
14:30 - 15:00 Coffee Break
15:00 - 15:45 Banking presentation: XBRL at national level
Alexander Carp and Paul Rothwell. Netherlands
15:45 - 16:30 Banking presentation: implementing XBRL in the internal reporting system of a cross-border group
Giancarlo Pellizzari. Dexia
16:30 - 17:30 Banking Panel
Wednesday 2007/11/07
09:00 - 10:00 Partners panel: The voice of consulting and software industry
10:00 - 10:30 Supervision model in Japan
Yoshiaki Wada. Bank of Japan
10:30 - 11:00 Coffee Break
11:00 - 11:20 Supervision with XBRL in Luxembourg
Emile Bartolé, CSSF
11:20 - 12:00 Future developments (Regular editions, Formulae, Versioning...)
CEBS XBRL Network Members
12:00 - 13:00 Open discussion and conclusions
13:00 Lunch


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