From January 2023, firms will submit their BIFR forms to the CBI in XBRL, instead of using Excel. Find out more...
Combining regulatory consulting expertise with the most advanced and robust reporting technology, the partnership between Invoke and E2S Monitoring is helping to transform regulatory reporting in Malta. As our one year anniversary approaches, Invoke has marked the occasion by issuing a press release.
The first semi-annual reporting deadline for Payment Statistics Data to the Central Bank Ireland passed on 31 August. Invoke are thrilled to have supported our clients through their successful submissions. Find out more about what the submission involves.
ESMA has updated the ESEF Reporting Manual to include clarifications on block tagging.
The PRA has announced that insurance firms under their supervision should continue to use the EIOPA taxonomy 2.6 going forward.
In its repsonse to the EFRAG and ISSB consultations on sustainability disclosures, the EBA has agreed with the need to introduce international standards for sustainability reporting and emphasised the need for consistency.
The Central Bank of Ireland has published XBRL Taxonomy 2.1 for use with EMI and PI quarterly and supplementary returns.
The PRA has announced the timeframe for its consult on the UK implementation of Basel 3.1, including the Fundamental Review of the Trading Book (FRTB), along with a proposed timetable for firms to submit new IMA applications.
Phase 2 of EBA's 3.2 reporting framework published, with changes to support the implementation of the updated reporting framework.
Invoke has added to their list of industry awards with a win at the 2022 Central Banking Fintech Regtech Global Awards! Fighting off competition from six other leading regtech organisations, our innovative e-Regulatory solution has seen us named Technology Partner for Regulatory Compliance.