General note: below minutes are written by Eurofiling and are not official statements by the mentioned organisations.
EIOPA will have a hotfix in November on the 2.7.0 release. This will mainly focus on validations. Currently we only have a small set of corrections but we are still receiving feedback.
By the end of January they plan to publish the 2.8.0 version including the validations. Based on the feedback received so far, some technical amendments will be made to the taxonomy (e.g. renaming of templates S.36.03 and .04). Other feedback received that cannot be address will need to be included in the list of known issues and solved in the 2.9.0 update.
The portal for SRF-reporting will open in November and close at the end of January 2023.
The Resolution taxonomy was published on September 27th, being an extension of the EBA 3.2 taxonomy.
The extension covers SRB entrypoints (LDR, CFR, FMIR and CIR) and improvements to the validation rules.
The Filing Rules document has also been updated for this reporting cycle.
The taxonomy, sample instances, the Filing Rules manual and an Excel document listing and explaining the changes to the validation rules can be retrieved from the SRB website https://www.srb.europa.eu/en/content/2023-resolution-reporting.
EBA expects to publish 3.2.phase3 on Friday 30 September 2022.
It contains a new version of the framework renumeration. This new version contains new modules to collect data on gender pay gap and high ratios between variable and fixed renumeration.
This release also contains fixes for errors found in the validation rules of the COREP and FINREP frameworks.
Also, the metadata provided for xBRL-CSV reporting has been updated.
EBA is working on a new architecture for the XBRL taxonomies provided in order to (1) simply the structure and (2) implement the new capabilities coming from DPM Refit.
ECB will publish SFRDP taxonomy version 5.1 soon (end of September or early October), as an extension of EBA 3.2 FINREP.
Testing at the ECB is done, the taxonomy is shared with the NCA’s for testing as well, no issues are reported.
Following EBA this taxonomy will not contain different entrypoints for different consolidation levels or accounting systems.
Eurofiling is planning a 2-day conference in Madrid for Tuesday 13 and Wednesday 14 December.
The agenda for Tuesday 13 is finalized, filled with DPM Refit topics, including hands-on sessions on report and validation rules modelling.
The agenda for Wednesday 14 will contain mainly ESEF related topics, more info to follow asap.
On Thursday 15 December the Spanish Business Registries organizes a session on ESEF in Spanish.