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Conference hosted by XBRL UK with the support of XBRL Europe

Conference summary


Title Preparing for CRD IV Reporting
Date 17 June 2013
Place The London Hilton on Park Lane
Organisers XBRL UK

This independent, one day, conference was arranged to explore the impact of new regulatory reporting rules under the Capital Requirements Directive (CRD IV) and to brings banks and their advisers up to date with the compliance requirements under the new regime for banking regulation.

Comments from attendees:

"The event was very well attended and I found the content most useful."
"Thanks for the excellent conference."
"I would like to thank you all for a very thought-provoking conference. It was very impressive."


Key messages from the conference included:

  • The financial crisis was a failure of regulation and of data collection and interpretation.
  • Reporting under CRD IV will be intrusive but is necessary for the health of the financial system.
  • The importance of XBRL in providing a consistent format for data from banks across Europe.
  • The need for banks to use the ITS to validate and improve the quality of their filings.
  • The importance of the LEI and its use in simplifying the analysis of industry-wide exposure data.

Presentations and papers are listed here. For more information, email info@xbrl.org.uk.

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