IFTM (Investment Firm Threshold Monitoring) for MiFID firms was implemented a few weeks ago; now, firms under its scope are starting to prepare their first reports.
Invoke ESEF reporting solution Invoke ESEF has been awarded XBRL Certified Software status.
The first quarterly reporting deadline for the amended ECB Regulation on Payment Statistics has just taken place at the end of April. For this submission and from now on, payment service providers that report to the Central Bank of Ireland will be required to submit more information than previously, and in XML format not Excel, as part of the amended payment statistics reporting regulation.
Beginning in 2022, the Central Bank of Ireland will require E-Money Institutions and Payment Institutions to submit their accounts and supplementary quarterly returns in XBRL format. The new regulation is in keeping with the CBI's wider move towards reporting in XBRL, and their taxonomy 2.0.
EIOPA has released the roadmap for future taxonomies, starting with the publication of the first public working draft (PWD) for taxonomy 2.7.0.
The Prudential Regulation Authority has announced it will release a Consultation Paper on the remaining elements of Basel III to be implemented, in Q4 of 2022.
Invoke is thrilled to be joining the next webinar from XBRL Europe, this time discussing the current challenges and activities in ESEF reporting, and looking to the future at how iXBRL tagging could extend to include sustainability and ESG reporting in the coming years.
The Financial Reporting Council has issued UKSEF 2022 v2.0.0 taxonomy, which includes the most recent 2021 version of the ESEF taxonomy.
In a Supervisory Statement, the PRA has announced changes to the reporting requirements for third country branches.
Feedback published by the PRA to the responses to CP11/21