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The European Commission published a Delegated Regulation on the use of the European Single Electronic Format (ESEF) whereby companies will be required to file and publish machine-readable accounts in iXBRL beginning on or after 1 January 2021. The regulation also states stipulates mandatory tagging of basic financial information with the taxonomy of the iXBRL language. […]
New Format Issued by ESMA for Annual Financial Reporting As part of the constant effort to improve transparency, ESMA has issued a new reporting format – ESEF (European Single Electronic Format), for all companies listed on the stock markets in the European Union. The primary reason for introducing a new format is to:- ● Increase […]
FATCA and CRS are the two warriors of the government fighting to eradicate tax evasion. But so is AEoI. So what’s the difference? The problem is that compliance in the EU market gets overly complicated when it is compared to Automatic Exchange of Information (AEoI). And, no matter how good the initiative seems, from the […]