UBPartner XBRL Reporting Toolkit – Version 2.9 Available
UBPartner is pleased to announce the availability of Version 2.9 of its XBRL Reporting Toolkit.
The Toolkit provides 100% valid COREP, FINREP and Solvency II reports and is easy to deploy standalone or integrated into existing applications.
It is recommended that all customers and partners upgrade to the new version as it contains enhancements to support the latest Solvency II and CRDIV taxonomies.
XBRL Europe Day - February 2016
At the recent XBRL Europe meeting in Paris, an update was given on EIOPA’s and the EBA’s plans for Solvency and CRD4 taxonomies; plus updates on ESMA, xEBR and XBRL standards.
Download meeting overview – here
Version 2.9 Highlights
- Detached signature management for Solvency II submissions in France
- Highlight errors in the original Excel file during the conversion process (XCT)
- Support for Error Severity levels
- Select from 3 levels of validation
- Updated XBRL Processing Engine (XPE), version 5.3.4 integration
Further product details and datasheet are available here
Evaluation and Test Packages
UBPartner provides an evaluation package that includes a sample set of COREP, FINREP and Solvency II reports, to enable firms and partners to test the latest functionality. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, if you want further details on this.
Release Note & Downloads
Updated release notes will be available from the customer download page in the coming days and customers should receive an automated message from the download center when the updated software package is available.
To install the software, customers and partners must have a software key and a current maintenance and support agreement with UBPartner. This can be obtained from your reseller or from UBPartner at email@example.com
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or your sales representative / reseller if you require additional information on the fixes and amendments made in this release, or if your require any additional help with installation and the upgrade.
The previous releases will need to be upgraded to support the latest taxonomies, however they will be supported for a minimum period of 12 months. Customers wishing to continue using earlier versions can continue with Extended Support after this time. Please contact email@example.com, if you want further details on this.