XBRL-CRAS
FLIPA Project
Brussels Conference – Nov. 16th, 2004 – Brussels
Content
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Introduction
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Who are we?
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Industry Requirements
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Main Deliverables
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Project Sponsors & Team
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Next Steps
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Who are we?
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Who are we?
XBRL-Int’l
XBRL-CRAS working group
Credit Risk Assessment Services
FLIPA Taxonomy
Credit Insurance
Business Info.
suppliers
Other projects
welcomed!
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FLIPA project structure
V. BERT – Atradius
V. BERT – Atradius
F. PEDRANZINI – D&B
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FLIPA team members: The ones who made it
Project Management
 Atradius
 PWC
BERT Vincent
Business Working Group - BWG
(Chairman)
(Assistant)
Technical Working Group - TWG
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D&B
PEDRANZINI Fabio (vice chair)
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CESCE
INFORMA
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COFACE
COFACE SCRL
CREDITREFORM
EULER HERMES
EXPERIAN
Atradius
IBERINFORM
LINCE
HENRIET Benoit
PERREON-SIMONOT Richard
RICHTER Thomas
CAMPO DIAZ
MORRIS Oliver
DIRKS Gregor
OHLSSON ALBEA Andrès
MILOVIC Milovan
PARIBELLI Giovanni
ROHLFS Holger
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BÜRGEL
COFACE
CREDITO Y CAUCION
EULER HERMES
Atradius
MAPFRE
COFACE-ORT
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UBMatrix
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SOFTWARE AG
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TSR
PPA
Liaison team – L. Team
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Atradius
Global E-Commerce
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ARNAIZ Mariano (Chairman)
FERNANDEZ Carlos (vice chair)
GÖBEL Peter-Jörg
de RIVOYRE Christophe
GONZALEZ DE HERDIA J.
SELLERBERG Klaus
BENLYAZID Karim
MONREAL Sergio
BAILLEUX Dominique
CHAMPAULT Régis
SCOTT STROKEs David
VAN EGMOND Raynier
NAVARRO Pablo
HERNANDEZ Ignacio
WATANABE Eiichi
BERT Vincent (Chairman)
RUDIE Donald
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FLIPA Steering committee: Those who enables it
From left to right:
M. Morin (Eurogate - Coface) – France
M. Inami (Teikoku DataBank - Japan)
M. Pedranzini (D&B Europe - FLIPA Business Working Group Ch
M. Hernadez (Iberinform - Spain)
M. Vaingnedroye (Bignet - Coface ORT - France)
M. Nijhout (ICISA – The Netherlands)
M. Buckenberger (Febis - Bürgel)
M. Bouix (Coface - France)
M. Watanabe (Tokyo Shoko Research)
M. Bert (Atradius – FLIPA Project Director - XBRL-CRAS Chair)
M. Arnaiz (CESCE – Spain – FLIPA Technical working group chai
M. Tesniere (PWC - France)
M. Richter (Creditreform - Germany)
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FLIPA project governance
Committee
Mission
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Technical
Working Group
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Every 2
months
Project Office
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Supervise project team
Ensure delivery against critical path
Ensure collaboration and deliverables
Manage coordination
Communication with XBRL International
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Liaison Team
Set project goals in context of business objectives
Sign-off key decisions and strategic orientations of the project
Ensure sufficient allocation of resources (staffing & funding)
Project management
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Project
Management
Business
Working Group
Steer direction of project (with PMO assistance):
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Steering
Committee
Frequency
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Develop taxonomy certification strategy
Ensure necessary documentation is prepared
Run certification procedure
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Global Approach
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Phasing strategy
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Functionality description of the final application
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Validation of the technical implementation
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Support XBRL CRAS Working Group from a technical perspective in its objective of creating a valid 2.1 XBRL
taxonomy for Credit Risk Assessment Services.
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Beyond this objective the TWG also has the responsibility of developing all the necessary elements to work an end
to end solution for the correct implementation of the taxonomies.
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Bi-weekly
Taxonomy certification
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Champion our cause vis-à-vis XBRL international
Raise issues that must be solved by XBRL
Participate to XBRL forums
Raise CRAS interests in on-going taxonomy creation
(GCD,…)
Supervise project evolution
Project planning and tracking – dependency
management
Project reporting & administration
Control infrastructure
Bi-weekly
Business Requirements Definition
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Define requirements
Refine current BUSCRD information
Validation and sign-off
Bi-weekly
Bi-weekly
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Industry Requirements
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FLIPA requirements and constraints
Electronic credit report
Deliver, 06-2004, a first electronic credit report trough
an end-to-end application
Business semantics
& Code Lists
Use of common existing code lists as defined under GREFIS,
UN/EDIFACT & ISO
Language
Develop a multi-language case to benefit from XBRL flexibility
for labels and code lists
Use of Existing
Taxonomies
When required and when available use existing Taxonomies:
Alignment on IFRS for BS, Income and Cash flow Statements
Technical XBRL Specs
Start straight with the XBRL Specification 2.1
Security
Security items (encryption, signature,…) managed outside of
the CRAS project
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Main Deliverables:
The FLIPA Taxonomy
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Deliverable: The FLIPA Taxonomy
Message information
non-XBRL
Message information
non-XBRL
e-Report over XBRL
Sender,
Envelope
Product,
header
...
...
Entity
Related
entities
Key
Credit
Business
Negative
financial
recomme
rating
events
figures
ndation
Envelope
trailer
…
XBRL-CRAS FLIPA taxonomy extract
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Business Credit Report over XBRL
Message information
non-XBRL
Message information
non-XBRL
e-Report over XBRL
Sender,
Envelope
Product,
header
...
...
Entity
Entity
Related
entities
Key
Credit
Business
Negative
financial
recomme
rating
events
figures
ndation
Credit
Business Balance
recomme
rating
Sheet
ndation
XBRL-CRAS taxonomy extract
Profit &
Loss
IFRS Balance Sheet
IFRS Income Statement
Or other GAAPs
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Envelope
trailer
…
Payment
…
Experience
Company
specific
XBRL
Extension
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XBRL-CRAS FLIPA Core Taxonomy (Business semantics requirements)
Message information
non-XBRL
Message information
non-XBRL
e-Report over XBRL
Sender,
Envelope
Product,
header
...
...
Entity
Related
entities
Key
Credit
Business
Negative
financial
recomme
rating
events
figures
ndation
Envelope
trailer
…
XBRL-CRAS FLIPA taxonomy extract
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XBRL-CRAS FLIPA Core Taxonomy (Business semantics requirements)
Item
Identification
Related entities
Related entities
Related entities
Related entities
Legal form - Current
Legal form - former
Activity
Activity
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Description
 Entity Business Ids
 Entity Name
 Entity Address
 Branch/head office information
 Entity Business Ids
 Entity Name
 Entity Address
 Type of relationship: Shareholders/shareholdings/affiliates
 Nb of shares
 % of shares
 Code,
 Description Long,
 Description short,
 Date start
 Code (SIC, Nace…)
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XBRL-CRAS FLIPA Core Taxonomy (Business semantics requirements)
Item
Trading countries
Trading countries
Trading countries
Operation status
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Description
 Trade Class (importer/Exporter),
 Country,
 % of total
 Code List:
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XBRL-CRAS FLIPA Core Taxonomy (Business semantics requirements)
Item
Trend
Trade Morality
Financial situation
Payment Trend
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Description
 Level,
 Up, down
 Undetermined
 Good,
 Average,
 Poor,
 Undetermined
 Strong,
 Weak…
 Payment scores
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XBRL-CRAS FLIPA Core Taxonomy (Business semantics requirements)
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Status
Business outlook
Payment behavior
Description
 Operating,
 Chapter 11, 13
 Dormant…
 Trend up,
 Flat,
 Trend down
 General experience:
Slow,
Slow 30,…
Prompt
Payment details
Payment details
Payment details
 Detail with trading partners,
High credit,
Owes,
Past due
Terms
Nb of employees
 Location,
 Headquarters / Branch
 Nb of employee / seasonnal
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XBRL-CRAS FLIPA Core Taxonomy (Business semantics requirements)
Item
Principal and management
Real estate properties
Real estate properties
Real estate properties
Financial institutions
Financial institutions
Financial institutions
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Description
 Names
 Mgt titles,
 Address
 General property,
 Total value,
 General mortgage information,
 Total value of mortgage,
 Dates,
 Address
 Name,
 Address,
 Customer since,
 Type and amount of Credit
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XBRL-CRAS FLIPA Core Taxonomy (Business semantics requirements)
Item
Description
Risk Assessment
Credit Recommendation
Ratings
 Amount
 Type of rating,
 Status (current, former),
 Rating value,
 Rating change date and Reason
Score
 Score Id,
 Status (current, former),
 Score value,
 Score change date and Reason
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XBRL-CRAS FLIPA Core Taxonomy (Business semantics requirements)
Item
Negative events
Negative events
Negative events
Financial statement data
Description
 Type and Amount,
 Nb & Status,
 Dates occurred
 Use of existing taxonomies:
IFRS Balance sheet – Net Assest presentation
IFRS Income statement – by nature
Industry average Balance sheet – Net Asset presentation
Industry average Income Statement – by Nature
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XBRL-CRAS FLIPA Core Taxonomy (Business semantics requirements)
Message information
non-XBRL
Message information
non-XBRL
e-Report over XBRL
Sender,
Envelope
Product,
header
...
...
Entity
Entity
Related
entities
Key
Credit
Business
Negative
financial
recomme
rating
events
figures
ndation
Credit
Business Balance
recomme
rating
Sheet
ndation
XBRL-CRAS taxonomy extract
Profit &
Loss
IFRS Balance Sheet
IFRS Income Statement
Or other GAAPs
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Envelope
trailer
…
Payment
…
Experience
Company
specific
XBRL
Extension
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CRAS Conference announcements
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1. FLIPA Multi language support
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XBRL-CRAS FLIPA Taxonomy: Multi language support
Creation by CRAS team
Translation by TSR - Japan
Translation by Lince - Italy
Translation by Atradius
Translation by Coface Intercredit
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2. CRAS and IFRS working together
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XBRL-CRAS FLIPA Taxonomy: IFRS extension use
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Status Report
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Next steps:
Adoption & Implementation
& Maintenance
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User community maintenance
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Implementation
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CRAS pioneers will implement by
year end and Q1/2005 onwards
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Adoption & Implementation
Develop and set-up an independent platform for FLIPA XBRL professional services
Pre-requisites
 Strong Maintenance environment
 Decentralised and dedicated administration
 Taxonomy Administration
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An central Industry wide
administration tool
 Taxonomy Editing
 Taxonomy Version control and Change reports
 Taxonomy Version locking and publication
 User Management with limited pre-defined Roles
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Business Information
product development
support center
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 Creation of Extension Taxonomies
 Feature for the online conversion of excel or
proprietary XML documents to XBRL
 Demonstration of parsing and Conversion
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CRAS Business Server
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Administration
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Taxonomy Management
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Taxonomy Management
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Questions & Answers
For further Information please refer to our
Website and egroup:
http://www.grefis.org/xbrl-cras.htm
http://demo.ubmatrix.com/cras
Vincent BERT
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Senior Manager
Group Business Information
and Control Dept.
Atradius
44 Av G. Pompidou
92300 Levallois-Perret
FRANCE
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Tél. : +33 (0)1 41 05 75 37
E-mail : [email protected]
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