Eurofiling Foundation invites all software vendors providing iXBRL solutions for the ESEF to list their solutions

The Eurofiling Foundation invites all software vendors providing iXBRL solutions in the European Market, in particular for the purpose of the European Single Electronic Format Reporting (ESEF) reporting set out by ESMA’s draft Regulatory Technical Standards on ESEF, to list their solutions and contact details at the following page: iXBRL solutions in the European Market

This list will serve the purpose of providing issuers and other interested stakeholders with the relevant contacts and possible solutions to support their implementation of the ESEF requirements.

Write to (including details on your company, base country, website, products and frameworks) to include your solution among the listings for free.

Eurofiling Foundation is offering since since 2016-05-07 the page XBRL solutions in the European Market to share the existence of market-proof XBRL solutions which have an active customer base in Europe, particularly in EBA and EIOPA frameworks.

EC report on the Call for Evidence

EC-reportIn relation to the FDS Project and the Fitness Check at DG FISMA, as explained several times during Eurofiling workshops by Peter van den Hul: the EC has published a progress report on the follow-up to the Call for evidence on the EU regulatory framework for financial services, launched in 2015 by the European Commission.

Text of the report

More info at



save the date28.05-30.05.2018 

Each year, Eurofiling and XBRL Europe team up for the traditional “Eurofiling XBRL Week”. This year in the marvellous city of Warsaw:

  • Monday 28th of May — Eurofiling Tutorials
  • Tuesday 29th of May — 25th Eurofiling Workshop
  • Wednesday 30th of May — 21st XBRL Europe Day
  • 3rd edition of the Academic Track!
  • and various Working Group meetings

Public consultation by EIOPA on reporting


EIOPA is calling for input on the inclusion of new data validations and corrections to the reporting  Implementing Technical Standard (ITS) and harmonisation of the European XBRL Filing Rules.


Survey: Academic Track – Eurofiling XBRL Week 2018



We are happy to announce that the 3rd edition of the Academic Track of the Eurofiling XBRL Week will take place in the North Europe, late May / early June 2018. The Academic Track has been created as a space for sharing ideas and experiences from established and emerging reporting domains using standards and novel technologies. With this survey, we invite you to let us know what topics interest you most at
If you are interested in being part of the Programme Committee, please see the survey also.
Previous Academic Track edition and proceedings at
Registration for the Eurofiling XBRL Week is free of charge. Soon at




Proposals about topics and speakers in relation to the theme are kindly requestedbefore the 5th of January 2018.

Please e-mail your proposals to Gilles Maguet (Secretary General, XBRL Europe) at or

The preparation committee (XBRL Europe and XBRL Denmark) expresses its gratitude to the Deloitteand the Danish Business Authority for hosting the event and the sessions, and to all the volunteers who keep making these meetings a success. A friendly dinner will take place the 31st of January. Details will follow.

Looking forward to meeting you in Copenhagen!

ESMA Final Report on the ESEF RTS


ESMA publishes Final Report on the RTS on the ESEF which included the RTS and also the Field Test Report.

Materials to facilitate the adoption:

See also the XBRL Taxonomy here

EC consultation on supervisory reporting


The European Commission published a consultation which is focusing on Supervisory Reporting, at the hearth of DG FISMA’s FDS Project.

Link to the consultation


Events Autumn/Winter 2017

20th XBRL Europe Day, 1st of February, 2018. Copenhagen. Save the date


XBRL NORDIC III conference

Presented by XBRL International

Eurofiling TODE’17 – Sept. 28-29, Madrid

Trusted Open Data Ecosystems

Look into the future of RegTech and discuss key developments within the 10+year horizon. Participants discussed the requirements, challenges and solutions necessary to achieve transparent, efficient and global, trusted, open data ecosystems, responding to today’s market, regulatory, legal and technological developments. Presentations/videorecordings available!

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