The purpose of ESEF is to increase transparency. That much is obvious, but what is the ix:hidden section for? Find out in this article…
The future of financial reporting is here, and as European listed companies have started publishing in ESEF, a question begs itself. How do you, the investor, benefit from the new European Single Electronic Format?
On April 28, 2021, SUEZ, published their annual financial report in ESEF. We sat down with their team to talk about their experience using the ParsePort XBRL Converter.
Do you need to map your next financial report according to the ESEF requirements? Then this article will teach you everything you need to know.
With the announcement of the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) back in April sustainability reporting is beginning to take center stage, but what does ESG mean and why should you care about it?
In March of 2021 Belgian listed company WDP (Warehouses De Pauw) became one of the very first companies to submit their annual financial report in ESEF in Belgium.
HTML, PDF, XHTML and iXBRL format – you can publish your financial reports in many ways, but which format should you submit to regulators, and which should you forward to your investors?
European Reliance chose to get a head start on their reporting, and they are now 100% ready to publish in ESEF.
Kofola ČeskoSlovensko a.s. was among the first Czech companies to publish their annual financial report in ESEF.
30 years ago, Kulcs-Soft started as a small entrepreneurship, and today they were one of the first companies to publish in ESEF in Hungary.