Minutes November 21th 2013

1. CEN-CENELEC Workshop Agreements (CWA) comments published.

Final CWA deliverables to be ready by November 25. Last details and proofreading on course of action.

2. EBA news. Final XBRL taxonomy in the last stages. Final DPM already public here.

3. EIOPA news. New draft DPM and Taxonomy, with changes on tables codification.

Information on data modelling and XBRL taxonomy design that were used to support the implementation of the Guideline on Submission of Information to National Competent Authorities, published on the 31 of October 2013.

Data Point Model The annexes of this consultation paper describe detailed reporting requirements which were used as inputs to apply the data modelling methodology known as “Data Point Modelling”. The outcome of this modelling is the set of annotated templates available here (zip).

XBRL Taxonomy The Taxonomy supporting the Guideline on Submission of Information to National Competent Authorities is available here (zip).

Note that the principles, rules and design approaches followed are still under consideration and are subject to further changes. To contact: xbrl{at}eiopa.europa.eu.

4. Events.

12th XBRL EU Day, 18th Eurofiling Workshop, CEN WS XBRL:
Luxembourg, 10-11 December 2013. www.eurofiling.info/201312.

Proposals/comments wanted to the Eurofiling Agenda at info@eurofiling.info

XBRL and European Standards
Madrid, 18th November: presentations & photos available.

5. AOB.

Due to time/logistics constraints, the testing Webinar for DPM introduction was postponed. A full webinar account for holding the event will be welcomed, as free webinar accounts have limitations. Kyle kindly offered help :-)

ATTENDEES
David Bell (EDGAR/RR UK)
Eduardo Gonzalez (Gonblan, ES)
Haizhen Chen (Bank of France, FR)
Ignacio Boixo (Eurofiling coordinator)
Joel Vicente (CoreFiling, UK)
Kyle Lamb  (EY, UK)
Timo Schmuck (Cundus DE)

APOLOGIES
Andreas Weller (EBA)
Derek De Brandt (XBRL EU)
Katrin Heinze (Eurofiling coordinator)

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