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.
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?
Have you already made your ESEF preparations? If not, then this article will give you 10 actionable tips to improve your preparations.
Danish companies like Novozymes are already carrying out dual taxonomy reporting in iXBRL, are you ready for dual taxonomy reporting?
The Importance of Reporting Design when Converting to ESEF Wrong fonts, misaligned amounts, low quality images and an overall poor visual appearance are among the
ParsePort and Silvester Group join forces to offer ‘Peace of Mind ESEF Package’ in Germany Today German Silvester Group announced that they have selected ParsePort
XBRL International has launched a new certificate for ESEF review and audit software, and the ParsePort ESEF Review Function which is part of the ParsePort ESEF Tagger, is among the first tools to receive this new certificate.
An easier way to encourage investors to spend their money, an easier way to compare your reports against the market, a heightened quality of data. If you ever wondered what your company will gain from the new ESEF format, you’ll find the answer in this article.
Webinar: ESEF – Are You Ready for the New Reporting Format? On Wednesday the 29th of July we hosted a webinar for the Austrian market.
This article was originally published in Spanish by E-Intelligent. It was co-written by the Spanish ParsePort sales and support team. Here we bring you an edited translation of the original text.
When it comes to creating your ESEF report, there are three primary reasons you should do a dry run of the conversion, and here we’ll give you a quick overview those three reasons,