23 Oct 2013

Get to know more about Invoke-Finsbury spreadsheet-based, XBRL reporting solution for COREP and FINREP. 

22 Oct 2013

Invoke is pleased to sponsor the one-day Solvency II conference organised by the ABI (Association of British Insurers). 

15 Oct 2013

Many financial organisations are facing a major challenge to meet the Q1 2014 implementation timeline for the COREP and FINREP reporting requirements under the new pan-European Capital Requirements Directive and Regulation (generally referred to as the CRD IV package). 

1 Oct 2013

If the new CRD IV directive results in a substancial increase in reporting requirements for banks in Europe, it will also enable firms to report more efficiently in future.

20 Sep 2013

Invoke, Keynote Sponsor and Exhibitor, welcomes you to the 5th XBRL US National Conference in Las Vegas (September 23-25, 2013). We look forward to discussing the latest updates on XBRL and how to release XBRL from the technical arena!

21 Aug 2013

Invoke is pleased to sponsor the RiskMinds Risk and Regulation Forum 2013 (to be held at Le Méridien in Nice from 10-12 September), the only risk management event to bring together the banking, insurance and asset management industries to discuss the latest regulatory developments and their impact on risk management and overall business strategy.

19 Aug 2013

As one of the founding members of the Data Transparency Coalition (DTC), Invoke is honored to have been invited to join Data Transparency 2013, the first industry conference of its kind on Open Data.

17 Jul 2013

Invoke is pleased to have sponsored the Infoline 7th Annual Solvency II Summit held at the Grange Hotel in Central London on 15-16 July.

2 Jul 2013

Bankdata chooses Invoke solutions to meet the prudential requirements of its 13 member banks.

19 Jun 2013

XBRL UK, in collaboration with XBRL Europe, is hosting a one-day seminar in London to provide banks and credit institutions with valuable information on the key-aspects of COREP and FINREP in the frame of the new CRD IV package.