On 23 October 2012, the first French-speaking Conference on Solvency II will be held at the prestigious Etoile Saint-Honoré venue, within walking distance from the Champs-Elysées. The conference is organized and hosted by XBRL France, with support from XBRL Europe.
Aimed at Chief financial officers/finance directors in banks and credit institutions, IT managers, Auditors serving companies in the financial sector, the goal of the conference is to give an insight into the recent developments concerning the new european reporting framework for banks (COREP, FINREP, XBRL).
Invoke is honored to join a group of prestigious technology companies (such as Microsoft, SAP and Teradata) and other public interests that recently launched the Data Transparency Coalition (DTC) in Washington D.C. to advocate for the standardization of U.S. federal data published online.
Always at the forefront of new technological initiatives, Invoke is proud to chair the Open Data Commission of the National Association of Software Developers (AFDEL).
Invoke is pleased to participate as a Gold Sponsor in the 24th XBRL International Conference (XBRL24) in the United Arab Emirates on March 20-22, 2012. XBRL24 showcases the information and education needed to optimize both internal business and external regulatory processes by leveraging the power of standardized electronic reporting.
Invoke is pleased to announce the immediate availability of its new Solvency 2 Pillar 3 software range.
We are looking forward to share with the Conference participants in Beijing about the current XBRL developments! Attend Invoke's track session and discover the 2010 novelties of the Invoke XBRL Suite...
e-Filing for Banks is a a light portal solution for CRD IV allowing to generate regulator-ready COREP and FINREP reports on-line throught a simple web browser.
Invoke and XediX announce launch of the very first, ground-breaking full-web application platform that allows the production, storage and analysis of XBRL financial data. Only platform capable of dealing with the entire XBRL data-processing chain in a generic way.