28 Apr 2022

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.

 

8 Feb 2022

The Financial Reporting Council has issued UKSEF 2022 v2.0.0 taxonomy, which includes the most recent 2021 version of the ESEF taxonomy.

31 Jan 2022

In a Supervisory Statement, the PRA has announced changes to the reporting requirements for third country branches.

21 Oct 2021

Invoke is delighted to announce details of our ESEF User Forum online event. This is a great chance to find out all the latest ESEF regulatory reporting news and share feedback and thoughts with industry peers.

4 Oct 2021

Invoke's e-Filing solution enables regulated firms in Ireland to comply with CBI's Taxonomy 2.0. reporting requirements, and submit their PIMD in XBRL format.

21 Jul 2021

TagPay, editor of a next-generation Core Banking System (CBS) and Invoke, European leader in financial, tax and regulatory reporting solutions, announce that they have signed a partnership aimed at offering Fintechs and Neobanks the latest generation regulatory reporting solution and support the digitization of business challenges. 

27 Nov 2018

This White Paper explains the new European Securities and Markets Authority's (ESMA) reporting requirement, its features and its challenges by means of 10 key questions. 

 

 

8 Nov 2018

Reporting Technology, Analytics, Standards and Strategy are the main topics that industry leaders will discuss during the Data Amplified conference, which will take place in Dubai, November 13-15, 2018. 

12 Jul 2018

The new cross-border resolution mechanism in the Banking Union results in a host of new challenges for both the banks and the National Resolution Authorities (NRAs) with regard to reporting requirements.

3 Apr 2017

The conference is meant to shed some lights on supervision practice in South East Europe, with particular emphasis on cooperation between insurance companies and supervision agencies in the countries of the region.

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