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  • 10th XBRL INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE Financial Reporting Goes Global: XBRL and IFRS Working Together
  • Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Gold Sponsors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-4 Silver Sponsors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Agenda . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-19 Conference Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20–22 Travel Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20–21 Hotel Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Conference Hours . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21–22 General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 To attend the 10th XBRL International Conference, please register online at: www.xbrl.org/brussels On your arrival at the conference venue, please report to the Registration Desk to obtain your Delegate Pass. Thank You. 1
  • 10th XBRL INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE Financial Reporting Goes Global: XBRL and IFRS Working Together Sheraton Brussels Hotel & Towers • Brussels, Belgium 15-19 November 2004 Europe’s Leading Event Showcasing the use of XBRL, • A unique 4-day Conference an Enabling Technology for Better, Faster and More in the Heart of Europe, Cost Effective Business Reporting Brussels, the capital of the European Union Hear interventions by: • Sir David Tweedie — Chairman, • Officially supported by International Accounting Standards Board the European Commission • Stig Enevoldsen — EFRAG and the International Accounting Standards Board • Paul Boyle — Financial Reporting Council (FRC) • Graham Ward — IFAC • Pulling in more than • José-María Roldán — Committee of European 400+ delegates from 200 Banking Supervisors (CEBS) corporations, businesses, and associations, representing • …and others from the Bank of Japan, the UK all XBRL International Financial Services Authority, the US Securities and jurisdictions. Exchange Commission, and more! • More than 40 speakers Organised by: covering the importance International Accounting Standards Committee of XBRL to the realms of Foundation (IASCF) accounting, banking, finance, and information The IASCF has long fostered and encouraged further developmental technology… work on XBRL, because it is complimentary to the IASCF’s and IASB’s objective of creating a single-set of high-quality global accounting standards. The IASCF perceives XBRL as an indispensable business • In excess of 400m2 of information tool that will facilitate financial reporting across exhibition space for up to jurisdictions worldwide. 20 different exclusive Sponsors and Exhibitors! XBRL International eXtensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL) allows for a • Technology roll-outs platform-independent exchange and dissemination of corporate & supply-chain reporting information. It can be used to express a wide range of demonstrations reports and disclosures including financial statements, internal management information, regulatory returns, statistical reports • and remote Wi-Fi access and credit filings. XBRL has been widely recognised as an important component in the improvement of corporate transparency. To attend the 10th XBRL International Conference, please register online at: www.xbrl.org/brussels On your arrival at the conference venue, please report to the Registration Desk to obtain your Delegate Pass. Thank You. 2
  • Gold Sponsors Ernst & Young, one of the world's leading professional services organizations, has more than 103,000 people in more than 140 countries. The global Ernst & Young organization understands the business issues that are important to senior executives and can implement a broad array of solutions to help companies capture growth, improve financial performance and manage risk. The market continues to recognize our unique client service capabilities — in 2003, Ernst & Young grew an average of 23 percent across all of our service lines — accounting and auditing, tax reporting and operations, tax advisory, business risk services, technology and security risk services, transaction advisory, and human capital services. Ernst & Young is one of the founders of the XBRL consortium (1999) and has developed a point-of-view and implementation process around internal and external reporting which maximizes the benefits, while minimizing the costs and level of effort. Hitachi, Ltd., headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, is a leading global electronics company, with approximately 326,000 employees worldwide. We offer a wide range of systems, products and services in numerous market sectors, including information systems and financial services. Regarding XBRL, we provide Hitachi XBRL solutions, processors, and tools based on XBRL 2.0, 2.1. These enable you to develop business applications without XML expertise and make it easy to collaborate with various systems. We have experiences in providing these solutions and software for the first XBRL G/L consolidated accounting system in the world, financial information service on XBRL and so on. We are going to show you up-to-date demonstrations using these XBRL products at our exhibit. For more information, please visit www.hitachi.co.jp/XBRL and www.hitachi-system.co.jp/xirute/e/ or please contact: Nobuyuki Sambuichi: n-sanbuichi@hitachi-system.co.jp Shoko Matsushita: smatsush@itg.hitachi.co.jp As the global leader in the development and deployment of XBRL solutions, Fujitsu is positioned to assist organisations and enterprises maximise the potential and return-on-investment of their XBRL projects. In addition, Fujitsu has assisted in the development and publicising of the standard as an active member of the XBRL organisations. In February 2004 Fujitsu were the first organisation to provide full-support for the XBRL 2.1 Specification through the release of Interstage XWand. As a major international IT organisation Fujitsu has the ability to deploy XBRL solutions and services across the world. The areas Fujitsu can deliver XBRL solutions and services are: • The provision of software tools to support the software development. • The delivery of consulting services for XBRL deployments. • Application development advice and guidance. Evaluation copies of Fujitsu's XBRL tools are available at: http://software.fujitsu.com/en/interstage-xwand/activity/xbrltools/index.html Contacts: Declan Jones +353(0) 1-207-6971 Declan.Jones@ie.fujitsu.com Makoto Koizumi +81(3) 6424-6230 Koizumi.Makoto@jp.fujitsu.com 3
  • KPMG is the global network of professional services firms whose aim is to turn understanding of information, industries, and business trends into value. With nearly 100,000 people worldwide, KPMG member firms provide audit and risk advisory, tax, and financial advisory services from more than 750 cities in 150 countries. KPMG is one of the founding members of the XBRL International consortium and is extremely active in the development and adoption of this remarkable technology around the world. KPMG member firms helps clients in this field understand and clarify their business needs. Applying tools and methodologies that leverage knowledge, we help clients resolve problems and manage risk. Recognising the need for new ways to solve the business reporting challenges of today, PwC has been actively participating in XBRL International since its inception. As pioneers in the Consortium, our intimate knowledge of XBRL makes us the firm of choice for implementing XBRL-related solutions. Leveraging the strengths of our business advisory professionals, we provide seamless integration of XBRL expertise within our existing innovative client solutions. PricewaterhouseCoopers is the world's largest professional services organisation. Drawing on the knowledge and skills of more than 125,000 people in 142 countries, we build relationships by providing services based on quality and integrity. Software AG provides a real-time single view of strategic business information by integrating applications and systems, in addition to modernizing mainframe and open system IT environments. Its offerings are based on the product families Adabas, Natural, EntireX and Tamino. Around 2,500 employees in 59 countries support the mission-critical systems of 3,000 customers around the world. The company maintains four R&D facilities across three continents. Founded in 1969, Software AG today is Europe’s largest and most established systems software provider. It is headquartered in Darmstadt, Germany and is listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange (TecDAX, ISIN DE 0003304002 / SOW). In 2003 Software AG posted 420 million euros in total revenue. The Internet address is www.softwareag.com. 4
  • Silver Sponsors BFM Belgium, part of the French broadcaster BFM France, is a unique concept in the Belgian radio market. It is the only french speaking business radio in Belgium dedicated to the business world. With over 100,000 listeners in Belgium, the station targets managers, opinion leaders and industrial representatives. Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu is an organisation of member firms devoted to excellence in providing professional services and advice. We are focused on client service through a global strategy executed locally in nearly 150 countries. With access to the deep intellectual capital of 120,000 people worldwide, our member firms, including their affiliates, deliver services in four professional areas: audit, tax, consulting, and financial advisory. Our member firms serve more than one-half of the world's largest companies, as well as large national enterprises, public institutions, locally important clients, and successful, fast-growing global companies. For more information, please visit Deloitte’s Web site at www.deloitte.com. UBmatrix is a leading provider of solutions based on open world standards enabling automated business reporting, validation and analysis to optimize enterprise performance. Since 1998 our XBRL solutions have been helping companies improve operational efficiency, align their business strategy with day-to-day execution, and enhance relationships with customers and partners. Organisations use UBmatrix Automator XBRL Professional solutions to build XBRL compliant taxonomies and automated business reporting solutions quickly and cost-effectively. For more information visit www.ubmatrix.com. Wolters Kluwer is a multinational information services company with revenues of EUR 3.4 billion and listed on Euronext in Amsterdam (Euronext 100 index). Wolters Kluwer is an all-around provider of content, software and services, using the medium that best suits the customer, varying from Internet-related products and CD-ROMs to books, professional journals and loose-leaf publications. Our ambition is to be The Professional’s First choice. With our 18,750 employees, Wolters Kluwer serves, professional customers in the fields of Health, Corporate & Financial Services Tax, Accounting, Legal, Regulatory, and Education. This structure enables us to benefit from the wealth of expertise available within Wolters Kluwer as well as the economies of scale of a worldwide enterprise like ours. Alongside our corporate office in Amsterdam, the Netherlands (www.wolterskluwer.com), our companies are located in Europe, North America, Australia and Asia, serving customers worldwide. 5
  • 10th XBRL INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE Financial Reporting Goes Global: XBRL and IFRS Working Together Sheraton Brussels Hotel & Towers • Brussels, Belgium 15-19 November 2004 DAY 1: Monday 15 November 2004 — “Education Day” 7:00 Conference Opens, Arrive & Register Start Track 1 Track 2 Track 3 Track 4 Introduction to Originating corpo- Jurisdictional XBRL for the XML- XBRL and XBRL-GL rate XBRL data Taxonomy literate Audience: Newcomers Audience: Corporate Extensions Audience: Technicians to XBRL Financial Professionals Audience: Laptop PC: advised Laptop PC: not and Project Managers Accountants required Laptop PC: not Laptop PC: advised required 8:00 Introduction to the XBRL Consortium: Newcomers' Session Grant Boyd — ICANZ 9:00 Introduction to Overview of Creating & Introduction and XBRL Taxonomy Managing XBRL Foundations Neal Hannon — IMA Schemas, Jurisdictional Steve Baker — Linkbases and Taxonomy DecisionSoft Extensions Extensions of Walter Hamscher — Pablo Navarro — IFRS-GP Standard Advantage Software AG Tom Egan — Deloitte & Touche Charlie Hoffman — Ubmatrix LLC Alan Teixeira — ICANZ Giancarlo Pellizzari, CBFA 10:30 Refreshment break 10:45 Introduction to Creating & handling Creating & Simple taxonomy XBRL (continued) XBRL instance Managing schemas and Neil Hannon — IMA documents Jurisdictional reports, XLink and Ian Stokes-Rees — Taxonomy overview of DecisionSoft Extensions of IFRS- Linkbases GP (continued) Steve Baker — DecisionSoft Walter Hamsher — Standard Advantage 12:30 Lunch 6
  • Start Track 1 Track 2 Track 3 Track 4 13:30 XBRL-GL, the Developing special Creating & Linkbases in detail, Journal Taxonomy purpose Managing Discoverable Eric Cohen — Taxonomies and Jurisdictional Taxonomy Sets PricewaterhouseCoopers Extensions Taxonomy and related issues Carlos Fernandez — Extensions of IFRS- Steve Baker _ Informa GP (continued) DecisionSoft Walter Hamscher — Standard Advantage 15:15 Refreshment Break 15:30 XBRL-GL, the Getting data into Creating & Bringing it all Journal Taxonomy (and out of) XBRL Managing Together: (continued) instance documents Jurisdictional Producing a Report; Eric Cohen — Ignacio Hernández-Ros Taxonomy and Conclusion PricewaterhouseCoopers — Software AG Extensions of Steve Baker — IFRS-GP (continued) DecisionSoft Walter Hamscher — President and CEO, Standard Advantage 17:00 End of Session 7
  • DAY 2: Tuesday 16 November 2004 — “Public Day” 7:30 Conference Opens — Arrive & Register 8:45 Welcome Lisa Cockette — Vice-Chair XBRL International Marcomm working group PricewaterhouseCoopers 8:55 Introductions Kurt Ramin — Chairman XBRL International Steering Committee & Commercial Director, International Accounting Standards Committee Foundation (IASCF) 9:00 XBRL and IFRS Working Together Sir David Tweedie — Chairman, International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) • How the work of the IASB is revolutionising accounting worldwide • How the panoply of International Accounting Standards (IASs) and International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRSs) will improve comparative financial information and capital flows • The role of XBRL as an online reporting medium 9:15 The New Financial Reporting Age in Europe Jürgen Tiedje — Directorate General Internal Market, European Commission • Why XBRL is considered an important development by the European Commission • How the European Commission fosters XBRL work • Which other DGs are instrumental • Implications of integrating IASs and XBRL for Europe 9:45 How XBRL can Enhance the Credibility of Audited Financial Statements Graham Ward — Deputy President & President Elect, IFAC • The corporate reporting supply chain • The economics of credibility • Path of progress • Tomorrow’s world 10:15 Refreshment Break 10:45 Electronic Business Reporting Showcase Kurt Ramin — Commercial Director, IASCF Foundation Louis Matherne — President, XBRL International & Director of XBRL, AICPA • Debut of the Electronic Business Reporting Showcase and how it will help speed up adoption • XBRL in Action 8
  • 11:15 Regulation in the 21st Century: From Prescription to Collaborative Supervision Priscilla Rabb Ayers — Global Regulatory Executive, IBM Financial Services The convergence of technological change and globalisation, impacted by significant political and economic crises, has catalysed a major transformation of the regulatory process and the roles of the regulator and regulated. The stovepiped prescriptive regulatory regimes of the Industrial Age have proven inadequate to the challenges of the Information Age, and new regulatory paradigm is emerging. Emblematic of this new paradigm is the ascendancy of Risk-Based Supervision (RBS) coupled with senior management accountability. The focus of RBS is on the quality of internal risk management and compliance processes, and its success requires transparency and effective collaboration between the regulatory authorities and the regulated entities. The realisation of the global economy and the growth of multinational organisations heightens the need for a standard language for regulatory reporting, effective RBS, and enterprise risk and compliance regimes. XBRL is ideally suited to responding to that need and is rapidly becoming the standard. 11:45 Panel Discussion: Why you should be interested in XBRL Moderator: Mike Wills — Global Lead Partner, PricewaterhouseCoopers • How XBRL can be leveraged to enhance the corporate reporting process for preparers • Discussion of the range of benefits to preparers with respect to external and internal reporting processes; the related corporate reporting control environment and key implementation considerations • Specific early stage implementation considerations such as priorities areas, process impacts, tooling and taxonomy considerations 12:25 Lunch 13:25 US SEC — Initiative to Explore XBRL and Other Data Tagging Eric Schuppenhauer — Senior Advisor to the Chief Accountant, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Brigette Lippmann — Attorney, Corporation Finance Division, U.S. SEC & Exchange Commission As part of the United States Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) initiative to improve the filing, information collection and disclosure process, it is seeking to determine the impact and usefulness of tagged data generally, and more specifically the adequacy and efficacy of XBRL as a format for reporting financial information. This presentation will discuss the SEC Concept Release and Proposed Rule. 13:55 XBRL: chances and challenges in financial reporting Harm-Jan van Berg — Director General of the Tax & Customs Administration, Netherlands • XBRL can change the way government and enterprises exchange information • To substantially reduce the administrative burden of entrepre- neurs XBRL should be used within the whole information chain 9
  • • Building a taxonomy is not only a technical process. To maxi- mize benefits government, stakeholders and users must coop- erate on technical, organisational and legal issues. The Dutch taxonomy will be the result of such a cooperation. 14:25 Data Reporting for the European Statistical System Pedro Diaz Muñoz — Director, Statistical Office of European Commission • 32 countries provide data for European statistics • Vasts amount of data are being collected, from companies and individuals, and transmitted to Eurostat • Advanced technology is opening up alternative data sources and reporting methods, with the potential to substantially reduce the financial and administrative burden on all parties • Eurostat has recognised, and is actively pursuing the potential of XBRL as a source of economic statistical data 14:55 Refreshment Break 15:25 Real Implementations: XBRL and Central Banks in Europe José María Roldán — Director General of Banking Regulation Banco de España & Chairman, Committee of European Banking Supervisors • Use of XBRL on the national level: reasons and first experiences by Banco de España • Potential benefits of implementing XBRL/XML in a cross-border context • The work of CEBS in the area of (streamlining) of reporting requirements 15:55 Looking forward to XBRL-enabled corporate reporting Paul Boyle — CEO, Financial Reporting Council • The aim of the Financial Reporting Council is to promote confidence in corporate reporting and governance in the UK • We believe that well-informed markets are the best regulators • We believe that XBRL has the potential to increase the speed and sophistication of analysis of financial statements by users • We look forward to using XBRL to improve our efficiency and effectiveness • We would like to work with preparers, auditors and users of financial statements and fellow-regulators to identify solutions to the implementation issues 16:25 XBRL and IFRS Implementation in Europe Stig Enevoldsen — Chairman, European Financial Reporting Advisory Group (EFRAG) • What is happening in Europe and XBRL • The development of future reporting electronically in relation to XBRL 16:55 Software demonstrations Moderated by John Turner — Senior Manager Information Risk Management, KPMG 18:00 Cocktail Reception 10
  • DAY 3: Wednesday 17 November 2004 — “Special Interest Day” 7:00 – Conference Opens — Arrive & Register Start Track 1 Track 2 Track 3 Track 4 8:00 Manager’s Deployment of Briefing: Why XBRL in a regulato- XBRL? ry environment Steve Baker — Director Joe Kandekore — of Client Services, Manager, FS IT DecisionSoft Effectiveness PricewaterhouseCoopers • The relative merits of XML and XBRL Greg Wharram — Tactical Development, • How and when a Business Solutions project should PricewaterhouseCoopers select XBRL rather • Merging and than XML de-duplicating • The merits of overlapping data different validation collection streams mechanisms into co-ordinated taxonomies; • Testing taxonomies for internal confor- mance with policy and regulations; • Testing taxonomies for conformance with external standards including FRTA; • Communicating timely specifications to supporting independent software vendors; • Maintenance operations including modification of core, regulatory domain, and form- specific taxonomies; 11
  • Start Track 1 Track 2 Track 3 Track 4 8:30 The Commission’s Taxonomies for Adopting XBRL Basic Formula 2-year mandate to Transparency: Five in the Data Pool Linkbase Training XBRL in Europe: Principles for of Financial David vun Kannon — Support for the Regulatory Statements of Senior Manager, Accelerated Efficiency of XBRL Deutsche KPMG Implementation of Deployment in Bundesbank We will cover the XBRL in Europe Europe Dominik Elg — limitations of the Olivier Servais — Laurent Collet — Statistics Department, calculation linkbase Permanent Secretary, Director, Deutsche Bundesbank of XBRL 2.1 and the XBRL In Europe PricewaterhouseCoopers • Introduction of Formula Linkbase • What is XBRL in • European regulators Deutsche Requirements work- Europe? Work- face the challenge Bundesbank XBRL ing draft in order to packages, deliver- of collecting, pro- projects understand the moti- ables, roadmap and cessing and report- • Improvements to vations of the new challenges. ing information data due to XBRL linkbase module. We • Achievements in more efficiently, forecast by will also review the the first 9 months accurately and cost Deutsche idea of extending effectively Bundesbank the core spec with • Prospects in the separate modules. next 15 months • New regulations — • Quality examples Basel II, IFRS, We will review the Financial Services • Advantages of requirements docu- Action Plan — more using XBRL — ment and discuss the from regulators technical and design decisions that despite constraints programming led to dropping some perspectives ideas. We will discuss • Illustration of the overall process- XBRL’s long-term ing model of the reporting flexibility formula linkbase, — 5 key principles and what this model to achieve excel- implies for software lence in medium developers writing FL and content processors and for • XBRL and Web users of FL-enriched services-enabled taxonomies. solutions providing the basis for a European framework 10:00 Three Steps to FSA project update Supply Chain Basic Formula Nirvana Lindsay Thomas — Demonstration of Linkbase Training John Turner — Knowledge XBRL GL (Cont’d) Senior Manager, Management Division, Information Risk Financial Services Management, KPMG Authority This presentation An update on the provides a business Financial Services analysis of the Authority's project progress that the for Integrated XBRL community has Regulatory Reporting made in getting towards the publica- tion of full financial reports, and explores the remaining busi- ness, technical and political steps that are needed to reach this goal in Europe. 12
  • Start Track 1 Track 2 Track 3 Track 4 10:30 Streamlining A Case Study: XBRL FSA Taxonomy Basic Formula Corporate IFRS Impact on Banking Architecture Linkbase Training Reporting with Regulatory John Turner — (Cont’d) XBRL Reporting and Senior Manager, Jason Daniels — Public Information Risk Director, PWC Dissemination Management, KPMG Lindsey Domingo — Don Inscoe — Paul Warren — Finance & Treasury Associate Director — Chief Technology Solutions Director, PwC Statistics, FDIC Officer, DecisionSoft • Process and systems • Implementations • Designing an IFRS reporting from a banking architecture to issues and regulatory allow a taxonomy challenges perspective to be tailored to • The relevant describe a firm's • Consumption of business processes individual report- XBRL ledgers to examine ing requirement entries from ERP sources • Documenting and • Creating an assessing risk and extended rules • Mapping existing controls linkbase to capture charts of accounts business rules to the IFRS • Lessons learned taxonomy • Capturing and managing reporting requirements in an XBRL taxonomy • Relationship to taxonomy architectures at other government departments 11:00 Refreshment Break 11:30 Enhancing IFRS A Case Study: Panel Session: Basic Formula External Reporting Enhanced Banking Discussion on Linkbase Training Using XBRL Analytics — Can Taxonomy (Cont’d) Denis Dupriez and the Market Data Development Stéphanie Robert — Aggregator be Around the World Cap Gemini tamed? Moderated by: Declan Jones — Fujitsu Liv A. Watson — John Turner — KPMG Vice-President of XBRL • Provide information • Why XBRL is Edgar Online on status of important for IFRS • EDGAR Online’s taxonomy • Benefits of IFRS development in most recent market taxonomy jurisdictions. research of banking • Lessons from a analyst use of Call • Exchange practical experience Report data information on • XBRL tool • Potential for the best practices, demonstration commercialisation problems and (Fujitsu) of call-report data issues faced. in XBRL • Identify areas • Highlights from of potential the study cooperation on taxonomy building • Benefits of Market Data Aggregator • Identify how we can provide information on and support taxonomy development 13
  • Start Track 1 Track 2 Track 3 Track 4 12:00 A Road to Better XBRL Deutsche Börse´s Basic Formula Business Developments XBRL initiative Linkbase Training Information in Spain Guido Abraham — (Cont’d) Exchanges: FLIPA Federico Florez — Project Leader of XBRL an XBRL-based Director of the Initiative, Solution Information Systems Deutsche Börse Group Vincent Bert — Department, Banco De • Background Senior Manager — España motivation for Group Business & • Presentation from Deutsche Börse´s Information, Atradius Danish Commerce involvement • Introduction to the & Companies • How issuer XBRL-Credit Risk Agency companies can Assessment Services participate in the (CRAS) initiative initiative • Credit risk reporting • Overview of the over XBRL: A reality analysis tool • Key success factors • Wider benefits for of an international the German capital project within the market XBRL-Land • Demo of early implementation 12:30 Making Japanese XBRL for Regulatory XBRL Data Basic Formula Business Reporting: The Modelling for Linkbase Training Information Belgian Projects to Government (Cont’d) available through the Central Bank, Departments XBRL-CRAS the tax authorities Steve Baker — Eiichi Watanabe — and the financial Director of Client Vice-Chair and banking Services, DecisionSoft XBRL Japan & supervisors • Comparison Technology Advisor Camille Dumm — between UK Tokyo Shoko Research Analyst, Central Balance government • Development of Sheet Office implementations XBRL in Japan Banque Nationale De Belgique • Capturing meta • The different nature data and business Giancarlo Pellizzari — of Japanese business rules Attache in the IFRS information Department, CBFA • Getting the tools • Japanese regulatory Dirk Quina — and the data model environment IT project manager to work together Federal Public Service Finance • XBRL project at The National Bank of Belgium • Implementing XBRL within the banking, finance and insur- ance commission • The XBRL project for the tax authorities 13:00 Lunch 14
  • Start Track 1 Track 2 Track 3 Track 4 14:30 Improving Panel Discussion: Authenticity and Advanced Formula Business XBRL for Stock security in XBRL Linkbase Training Performance by Exchanges Lucas Cardholm — David vun Kannon — using XBRL Moderator: Director Senior Manager, KPMG Christian Barrios — Walter Hamscher — Ernst & Young In this section, we Senior Vice President, CEO, Standard • Background: WG will review the draft Southern & Western Advantage authenticity and Formula Linkbase Europe & Latin America, Kyoung-Hoon Min — security specification in Software AG Head of the Listing and • Meeting the legal detail. We will Business Reporting Disclosure System Team, requirements on look at the overall trends point to Korea Stock Exchange electronic records structure of the Digital Reporting Dominique Valschaerts linkbase and the using standards. Chief Executive, CCLux • Current activities parallels with other Standardisation Paul Rennison — • Q&A’s XBRL linkbases. We results in cost London Stock Exchange will examine in detail reduction, safety, • Creating innovative the design of the security, and pre- new information formula, variable, dictability. XBRL offerings by filter and result increases business leveraging XBRL description elements. performance, and taxonomies We will review the Software AG examples in the draft provides an • Attracting invest- ment to listed spec and the draft advanced solution spec schema. Open to implement XBRL companies and motivating issues in spec and projects: Digital schema design will Reporting Platform, companies to file in XBRL be discussed. There a unique 100% XML will be time for and XBRL based • Aligning listing questions and solution. requirements with suggestions. IFRS by using XBRL IFRS and XBRL in 15:00 XBRL: More than action: European XBRL and ebXML: Advanced Formula a technical tool Central Balance How eBusiness Linkbase Training for reporting to Sheet Data Offices standardization (Cont’d) regulators can help XBRL • Market demand for Thierry Nederlandt — a lighter business Drs. Dick Raman — Director of Accounting reporting burden President & CEO & Consolidation, Dexia Tie Holding N.V., Chair in the European UN/CEFACT Forum • Financial reporting corporate now environment • The maintenance • Financial reporting of the standard • Implications of in the future and the taxonomy Europe-wide IFRS • What are the needs implementation — • Infrastructure for of actors? harmonization secure, reliable of financial data exchange • XBRL: A bridge information • Quality assurance between past and future • European Central of XBRL Balance Sheet Data Software/Instance • XBRL: An Documents Office’s two new integration tool standard-formats • The use of Code for the future — creating an lists extension on the • Creating awareness IASCF-XBRL GP for XBRL in the Taxonomy. market Manuel Ortega — Head of Central Balance • The division Sheet Office, between XBRL Banco De España and ebXML 15
  • Start Track 1 Track 2 Track 3 Track 4 15:30 The Bank of Japan XBRL for External XML Flattened: The Advanced Formula Proof of Concept Reporting to lessons to be Linkbase Training Project Investors learned from XBRL (Cont’d) Yoshiaki Wada — Paul Penler — Lucian Holland — Director & Head of Principal Technical Architect – Financial Data Centre Ernst & Young XBRL Toolkit Bank of Japan Angus Lund — DecisionSoft This presentation will Technology Strategy, This paper looks at provide an outline of Morgan Stanley the structure of the the project and • How XBRL will XBRL instance briefly review the become the document and the findings. STANDARD for fundamental ways in • Overview of earnings releases which XBRL diverges progress in the from conventional • Allowing for BOJ's project XML. XBRL's use of significantly linkbases in place of • Outline of the enhanced analysis nested structures second stage of of companies is highly counter- the project financial results intuitive — but has • BOJ's VPN system • XBRL will allow delivered a powerful preliminary results both investors and mechanism for financial analysts to approaching extensi- gain improved ble content models insight and maintaining • Better understand- backward compatibil- ing of company ity. This is a highly financial perform- technical discussion ance will reduce of the way that XBRL their cost of capital uses XLink in place of hierarchical structure, and a discussion of the advantages and disadvantages of this approach 16:00 Refreshment Break 16:30 Enhanced Business XBRL Developments Practical Advanced Formula Reporting XBRL in Spain Implications of Linkbase Training Kurt Ramin — developing (Cont’d) Federico Florez — Commercial Director, software in an Director of the IASCF ever-changing Information Systems environment Lucy Crofts — Department, Bank of Spain Aad Bergman — Senior Manager — Business Development Value Reporting, • XBRL in Spain Pro Management PricewaterhouseCoopers • Main Objectives • XBRL: Not for me! This presentation will include a • Current Projects • How XBRL impacts demonstration of an small and medium Enhanced Business enterprises (SMEs) Reporting scenario implemented using a • How SMEs can prototype of an XBRL benefit from XBRL Value Reporting taxonomy 16
  • Start Track 1 Track 2 Track 3 Track 4 17:00 IFRS, XBRL and Meeting Basel II XBRL’s Impact on Advanced Formula Business Objectives with Financial Analysis Linkbase Training Performance XBRL Joep van Amelsfort — (Cont’d) Management Daniel D’Amico — Managing Director, (BPM): Control, Risk & Compliance Pragma Tools confidence and Solutions Leader • IFRS Financial’s automation of IBM Financial Services application to global compliance The finalisation of populate the reporting the Basel II proposals Caseware XBRL Trevor Walker — confirm the direction Benchmarking tool Product Marketing, of regulators world- Cartesis • Collaborative wide towards a high- analysis tool using • BPM value proposi- er degree of infor- key financial tion for controlling mation sharing. The performance data the financial consoli- adoption of XBRL for dation and reporting Basel II reporting is process set to highly benefit • IFRS and multi- banks, regulators GAAP reporting in a and the market in BPM framework facilitating the exchange of informa- • Automated delivery tion, allowing co- of compliance existance of core reporting common definitions • Benefits, future and specific national leverage and client requirements. activities around IFRS, XBRL and BPM 17:30 Corporate European Advanced Formula Reporting with the Monetary Union Linkbase Training MS Office System Supported by digi- (Cont’d) tal reporting Paul Snijders — CEO, Semansys Marko Roos — Department of Methods Hans van der Meer — and Informatics, Soulutions Marketing Statistics Netherlands Manager for Microsoft Office Products, Paul Snijders — Microsoft CEO, Semansys • Creating a corpo- • A case study on the rate or regulatory world's first use of report is usually XBRL in production teamwork; • How parties worked • Microsoft Word together to build a and Excel are the taxonomy, enable most widely used reporting and tools for reporting; facilitate reception • Explore using • Learn how a low familiar MS Office threshold solution tools with integrated for digital report- XBRL functionality ing is implemented for creating digital for 500 institutions reports; • Understand the • Learn how demands effects of this for quality, speed, successful project teamwork and on a national level “auditability” can be met. 19:00 Conference Gala Dinner — Brussels Stock Exchange 17
  • DAY 4: Thursday 18 November 2004 — “Jurisdictions Day & Working Groups” The Jurisdiction Day will consist of a variety of presentations and panel discussions focused on providing information for growing existing jurisdictions and to individu- als interested in forming a jurisdiction. 8:30 Conference Opens — Arrive & Register 9:00 Welcome & Introductions 9:15 Introduction to XBRL International • The structure and operations of XBRL International • Progress and goals of the consortium 9:45 Overview of XBRL in Europe • Overview of the recent European Commission grant of one million Euros to increase awareness and adoption of XBRL throughout Europe 10:00 Role of Local Jurisdictions • A brief overview of the role of XBRL Jurisdictions. 10:30 Refreshment Break 10:45 Introduction: How to manage a Jurisdiction 11:15 How to manage a Jurisdiction: Q&A Panel • XBRL Jurisdictional representatives share their views and best practices for managing a jurisdiction. 12:15 Lunch 13:15 The 3Ps of Taxonomies: Products, Plans and Proceduresg • Taxonomy development — An overview on how taxonomies are developed • The taxonomy approval process • Developing extensions of the IFRS taxonomy • Translating taxonomies • Next steps for the Domain Working Group 13:45 Panel: The IFRS taxonomy and building local and industry extensions A panel of experts will focus on the IFRS taxonomy and building local and industry extensions. Items to be addressed include: • Examples of a banking sector extension • Example of extension in Australia • Will European territories have to develop IFRS extension? How can that be accomplished? 18
  • 14:30 Issues and Procedures Related to IFRS Taxonomy Translation 15:15 Refreshment Break 15:30 Panel: Jurisdiction's roles in promoting XBRL • Organising conferences • Gaining new members • Lobbying local authorities • Involvement with Working groups • Overcoming restrictions 17:00 Conclusion Working Group Sessions 9:00 – 12:15 Concurrent Working Group Meetings • Specification Working Group • Accounting Working Group • Marcomm Working Group 9:00 – 11:00 Basel Working Group 11:00 – 17:15 CRAS Working Group 12:15 – 13:15 Lunch 13:15 – 17:15 Concurrent Working Group Meetings • GL Working Group • Domain Working Group • Solutions Working Group To attend the 10th XBRL International Conference, please register online at: www.xbrl.org/brussels On your arrival at the conference venue, please report to the Registration Desk to obtain your Delegate Pass. Thank You. 19
  • 1. TRAVEL INFORMATION 1.1 Flights Belgium has two International Airports, the main one being Zaventem, 14km (8.7mi) northeast of Brussels. Travel time by road is about 30-45 minutes depending on traffic conditions. The other one, Deurne, is close to Antwerp and has less frequent flights to Amsterdam, London, Liverpool and Dublin only. Depending on when you leave, flights to London can be cheaper from Deurne. The other Brussels airport is Charleroi Brussels Airport. Ideally located at 46 km from Brussels Grand'Place, Brussels South Charleroi offers 17 European daily destinations. This airport is served primarily by Ryanair and other low cost European Airlines. 1.2 Train If you're in Europe already, a train is the best option. Belgium Railways has frequent international services to Brussels. Check online at www.b-rail.be for updated travel times and costs. From London, Eurostar operates to Brussels, Belgium with a travel time of approximately 2h20min from Waterloo and up to 13 departures daily. Please consult www.eurostar.com for updated travel times and route costings – please note Eurostar regularly runs special deals online with on average a return ticket costing around £60-70. Eurostar trains regularly depart from Paris as well. 1.3 Travel to / from Zaventem Airport: Travelling to and from the Brussels Zaventem Airport is easy. Regular train, bus and coach services and good road access all make travelling to and from the Airport an easy experience. 1.3.1 By Train Brussels Airport is less than twenty minutes from the city centre. From 06:00 till nearly midnight, the Airport City Express links the airport with Brussels Midi, Central and North four times an hour. A one-way ticket costs 2,60 second class and 3,90 first class. The train station is located in the basement (level -1) of the terminal building itself. Timetables and current fares for the Airport City Express are available on the Belgian Railways (SNCB/NMBS) Web site www.b-rail.be enter Zaventem Airport as the departure or destination station. 1.3.2 By Taxi Taxis (metered) are only available outside the Arrivals Hall. The fare between the airport and the centre of Brussels is normally around 30-35. Licensed taxis can be identified by the yellow and blue licence emblem. ALWAYS AVOID UNLICENSED TAXIS! 1.3.3 By Road The airport is easily accessible from the Brussels Ring Road; follow the signs for Airport or Zaventem. Allow ample time to get there during rush hours. Visit any of the sites below to help you plan your journey more effectively: www.mappy.be www.viamichelin.fr www.maporama.com 20
  • 1.4 Road travel to the Sheraton Hotel from within Brussels: 1.4.1 From East Take E40 and at the end of the highway proceed towards Centrum. After the tunnel proceed to the traffic circle and turn right at the second street. Turn right at the third light and take the tunnel and exit north. The hotel is directly in the front. 1.4.2 From South Take E19 to West Ring (Exit 21). Follow Centrum and proceed to Basilique. Take the tunnel and exit Sainctelette. The hotel is 0.2 kilometers on the left. 1.4.3 From Brussels National Airport Take E19 to Exit 12 and turn right twice. Proceed straight on Chaussee de Haecht and further on Royal Street to Boulevard Botanique. Turn right and the hotel is 0.2 kilometers on the right side. 1.4.4 From West Take E40 to Exit 2. Follow Centrum and go straight to Basilique. Take the tunnel and exit Sainctlette. The hotel is 0.2 kilometers on the left. 2. HOTEL INFORMATION Situated in one of the most strategic business areas of Brussels, Sheraton Brussels Hotel and Towers is just a five-minute walk to the North Station. It is also only 10 minutes from the famous Grand'Place, the main square in Brussels featuring the breathtaking beauty of the gothic golden ages. Surrounded by a shopping mecca, it is also a great starting point towards Brussels' main congress area. A metro station is located directly underneath the hotel and the airport is only fifteen kilometers away. Sheraton Brussels Hotel & Towers Manhattan Center Brussels, 1210 Belgium Phone: (32)(2) 224 3111 Fax: (32)(2) 224 3456 3. CONFERENCE HOURS Registration Hours Monday, 15 November 2004 7:00am – 17:30pm Tuesday, 16 November 2004 7:30am – 18:30pm Wednesday,17 November 2004 7:00am – 18:30pm Thursday, 18 November 2004 8:30am – 16:00pm Exhibition Hours Monday, 15 November 15 2004 8:00am – 17:30pm Tuesday, 16 November 2004 8:00am – 20:00pm Wednesday, 17 Novembe 2004 8:00am – 18:00pm Thursday, 18 November 2004 08:00am – 16:00pm 21
  • Location of Exhibits and Sessions The exhibits can be found in the foyer of level 2 of the hotel. The sessions will be located in the meeting rooms located on levels 2 and 3. Please refer to the floor plan for the exact location of the venues. 4. GENERAL INFORMATION Useful Telephone Numbers: Police: 101 Fire and Emergency Medical Services: 100 Directory Assistance (National): 1207 (Dutch) 1307 (French) 1405 (English) 1407 (German) Directory Assistance (International): 1204 (Dutch) 1304 (French) 1405 (English) 1404 (German) Visas: There are no entry requirements or restrictions on EU nationals visiting Belgium and Luxembourg. Citizens of Australia, Canada, Israel, Japan, New Zealand and the USA do not need visas to visit either country as tourists for up to three months. Except for people from a few other European countries (such as Switzerland and Norway), everyone else must have a visa. Three-month tourist visas are issued by Belgian or Luxembourg embassies or consulates. They can take a while to be processed, so leave enough time before departure to apply. Fees vary depending on your nationality. Please consider this a guideline only and check your visa status with your local Belgium consulate before leaving. Time Zone: GMT/UTC +1 (Central European Time) Dialling Code: 32 Electricity: 230V, 50Hz To attend the 10th XBRL International Conference, please register online at: www.xbrl.org/brussels On your arrival at the conference venue, please report to the Registration Desk to obtain your Delegate Pass. Thank You. 8337-377 22