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PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND REQUIREMENTS DOCUMENTS
   

arrow Collaborative Development of I.T. Supervisory Frameworks
Ignacio Boixo and Katrin Schmehl, co-coordinators of the XBRL Operational Network, chronicle the search for a common reporting taxonomy in Europe and the role of XBRL in the new Eurofiling initiative. Published originally in XBRLglobal magazine, Vol. 1 Issue 2 August 2010, p. 38-44.
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arrow Feedback on XBRL Versioning
The CEBS XBRL Network has a significant interest in a versioning solution for the two CEBS XBRL taxonomies, namely COREP (COmmon REPorting, Basel II - Solvency) and FINREP (FINancial REPorting, IFRS-like). This interest was made public in 2006 in a letter to the XII Chairman. The CEBS hosted the Versioning Working Group kick off meetings in Frankfurt and Munich (2007) and hired human resources until 2009 for such tasks.

CX-095, 2010-01-12

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arrow XBRL ADOPTION AND USAGE QUESTIONNAIRE
We would be pleased if you could spare some minutes to answer the questionnaire for the CEBS XBRL Network via email: info@eurofiling.info.

CX-086b, 2008-06-26

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arrow RESULTS OF THE USAGE QUESTIONNAIRE
The results of the third part of the questionnaire have been consolidated in the document below.

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arrow For detailed information about the XBRL projects in each European country please follow this link.

   

arrow CALL FOR COLLABORATION ON BEST PRACTICES
The core members of the CEBS XBRL Network have created a Best Practices portal based on Wiki technology, located at www.xbrlwiki.info. We invite every project adopting CEBS taxonomies to collaborate by opening discussions, adding information or comments or by using the information contained in the Best Practises Portal as inputs into any further XBRL development projects.

CX-086a, 2008-04-14

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arrow ECB-MFI List. List of Monetary Financial Institutions published by the European Central Bank
"Monetary Financial Institutions" (MFIs) are central banks, resident credit institutions as defined in Community law, and other resident financial institutions whose business is to receive deposits and/or close substitutes for deposits from entities other than MFIs and, for their own account (at least in economic terms), to grant credits and/or make investments in securities. For further details on definitions, please refer to www.ecb.int/stats/pdf/money/mfi/mfi_definitions.pdf

CX-087 DRAFT, 2008-04-04

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arrow CEBS XBRL network Work Plan. Athens minutes, March 12th - 14th, 2008
Work Program: Harmonization through Best Practices.
IX European Banking Supervisors XBRL Workshop. Paris 8-10 October 2008
Net F2F event: Eindhoven, May 5th, International XBRL Conference
Session on "Showcase on European Banking Supervision".

CX-088, 2008-03-25

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arrow CALL FOR COLLABORATOR POSITIONS
The COREP and FINREP projects are being carried out by a number of collaborators distributed in different cities. The project is reaching a significative milestone with the current implementation of XBRL technology for Banking Supervisor reporting in a number of countries in Europe. On this new step, this call for collaboration has the objective of assure the project stability in the medium and long term.

CX-079, 2007-03-16

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arrow COREP and FINREP taxonomies. Preproduction Risk Assessment
The best practices in project management stated that a Preproduction Risk Assessment should be submitted to the stakeholders, in order to clarify what are the potential risks, and the mitigation methods to deal with. The XBRL Network of the CEBS has been mandated with development of COREP and FINREP taxonomies. The COREP and FINREP taxonomies will be used in a number of European Countries for Banking Supervision. The reception of supervisory reports based in these taxonomies will start along 2007. The risks to be faced using such taxonomies depends of a number of European, National and Entity factors. The aim of this document is the description of the generic risks and the potential mitigation methods. The CEBS stakeholders should have all in information available in the decision making processes.

CX-075, 2006-11-21

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arrow Priorities on XBRL Standards
Europe is upgrading its Supervisory practices, implementing the code-named FINREP (IFRS based) and COREP (Basel II) reports. An important number of European Banking Supervisors are implementing XBRL solutions for these reports. The Committee of European Banking Supervisors is supporting such efforts, acting as coordinator through its XBRL Network.The collaboration of the XBRL Standards Board is kindly requested to help in this important effort, with particular emphasis on the following list of priorities:
1st Priority: XBRL Dimensions
2nd Priority: XBRL Formulas
3rd Priority: XBRL Versioning

CX-071, 2006-07-18

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arrow Call for participation
The Committee of European Banking Supervisors has decided to achieve a common solvency ratio reporting framework, called COREP (Common Reporting), for credit institutions and investment firms under the future EU capital requirements regime. The work is primarily focused on regulatory own funds and Pillar I capital requirements, credit risk, operational risk and market risk. The aim is to reduce the reporting burden on firms and encourage an increased level playing field across Europe.

CX-001, 2005-01-21

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