August 30th 2012. 9:30 London, 10:30 Brussels, 11:30 Athens

1.     CEN WS XBRL Project.

List of Convenors and Experts made public at 

  •  Coordination/Chair: Ignacio Boixo (Eurofiling, Bank of Spain)
    •  Functional XBRL expert: Derek De Brandt (XBRL EU)
  • Secretariat: Maarten Peelen (NEN)
  • CWA1 Standardize harmonization: Katrin Heinze (Eurofiling, Bundesbank)
    • Functional XBRL expert: Thierry Declerck (DFKI)
    • Technical XBRL expert: Roland Hommes (Rhocon)
  • CWA2 Metadata and compliance: Emile Bartolé (CSSF)
    • Functional XBRL expert: Javi Mora (XBRL Spain)
    • Technical XBRL expert: Elina Koskentalo (XBRL Finland)
    • XBRL developer: Eduardo González (Gonblan)
  •  CWA3 Roll-out package: Aitor Azcoaga (EIOPA)
    • Functional XBRL expert: Pieter Maillard (Aguilonius)
    • Technical XBRL expert: Pablo Navarro (Atos)

See the CEN WS XBRL website Editors/contributors are welcomed!

Business Plan See documents at

Data Point Modelling See EBA news.

Events scheduling: CONFIRMED INFORMAL CEN WS XBRL meeting: September 26th 10:00 – 16:30. Webinar available for off-site attending. Location Brussels. Most of the 4 voluntary convenors and 8 hired experts confirmed attendance already. Other voluntaries welcomed!. If you are interested in attending, please inform in advance to for booking.

TENTATIVE FORMAL CEN WS XBRL meeting: Last week of November 2012, Frankfurt. Morning: 10th XBRL Europe Day. Afternoon: WG meetings (including CEN WS XBRL). Next day: 16th Eurofiling Workshop and additional meetings.

FURTHER CEN WS XBRL meetings: Spring & Winter 2013, Spring 2014.  

2.     EBA news: See–Communications/Year/2012/EBA-workshop-on-technical-standards-on-supervisory.aspx

Published: Templates and the DPM covering COREP, FINREP, IP Losses and Large Exposures. All templates, instructions and the DPM are still draft and should not be considered as final products. The EBA will deliver the final draft templates and DPM to the European Commission for endorsement once the final text of the CRR/CRD4 package is adopted by the European legislators.

Draft ITS on reporting – Annexes – Templates  
Draft DPM files  
Draft DPM Database  

Tips to easily read/manage the DPM:

  1. On Draft DPM files, save and open “DPM TemplateAnalysisMatrix.xlsm”, containing macros. In some corporate environments,  a specific “trusted folder” is defined as secure “sandbox” when using Excel macros.
  2. On “Analysis Matrix-Names” sheet use Excel filters to  display only selected “FrameworkName” COREP/FINREP and “TableCode” (e.g. FT 01.03).
  3. The top-left button “Hide” is a macro hidding the dimensions not used, for clearer display of used columns only. It is an automated use of the classic “hide/show colmumns” available when clicking on the right button of the mouse.

See a document explaining the process of elaboration of this DPM at DPM_methodolgy, published at  

Different XBRL taxonomies for COREP and for FINREP will be created, as in past editions.

The formal identification will probably be 2.0.x according to the document COREP and FINREP taxonomies. Management of new editions . The proof of concept exercises code-named COREP 2012 and FINREP 2012 will not be included is the sequence of production COREP/FINREP taxonomies.   

 The proposal for webinars explaining aspects of DPM and how to read it from an XBRL point of view has been warmly welcomed. The webinars would be scheduled according to the availability of presenters and logistics.

3.     EIOPA news:   

Tender in due course for Quality Review covering DPM and taxonomy implementation at, deadline Sept 10,  announced in

Re-scheduled for mid September: XBRL proof of concept taxonomy as well as DPM.  Tender about Tool for undertakings.                                

4.     Taxonomy Architecture Guidance task force of XBRL International. See at

 5.     AOB No news.


  • Andreas Weller (EBA)
  • Aftab Ahmad (The Financial Supervisory Authority of Norway)
  • Joel Vicente (CoreFiling, UK)
  • Bartosz Ochocki (Br-aG, PL)
  • Ignacio Santos (Bank of Spain)
  • Pablo Navarro (Atos, ES)
  • Masatomo Goto (Fujitsu, UK)
  • Roland Hommes (Rhocon, NL)
  • Peter Calvert (Calvert Consulting, UK)
  • Haizhen Chen (ACP – Bank of France)
  • Eric Jarry (ACP – Bank of France)
  • Aitor Azcoaga (EIOPA)
  • Pablo Navarro (Atos, ES)
  • Eduardo Gonzalez (Gonblan, ES)
  • Eric Jarry (ACP – Bank of France)
  • Katrin Heinze (Eurofiling coordinator)
  • Ignacio Boixo (Eurofiling coordinator)

 APOLOGIES. Emile Bartolé (CSSF – Luxembourg), Javi Mora (XBRL Spain)

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