The Committee of European Auditing Oversight Bodies published revised guidelines
Annual financial reports from issuers of the securities traded in the European financial markets must be published in the European Single Electronic Format – ESEF – for financial years beginning on January 1, 2020. In the future, IFRS consolidated financial statements must be published in the form of “Inline XBRL® data” – a “hybrid type” document, on the one hand like a website “readable for human eyes” (xHTML), supplemented by selected machine-readable XBRL®structural information.
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