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21 th XBRL International Conference. Taxonomy Architecture Practice Working Group (TAPWG) October 19, 2010 Beijing, China. Shweta Gupta, IRIS Chair Reporting Taxonomy Architecture Processes Practice Working Group. Topics for today. Part 1 –TAPWG Overview Part 2 – Mission of TAPWG

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Shweta gupta iris chair reporting taxonomy architecture processes practice working group

21th XBRL International Conference

Taxonomy Architecture Practice Working Group (TAPWG)

October 19, 2010

Beijing, China

Shweta Gupta, IRIS

Chair Reporting Taxonomy Architecture Processes Practice Working Group


Topics for today

Topics for today

  • Part 1 –TAPWG Overview

  • Part 2 – Mission of TAPWG

  • Part 3 – Past Deliverables

  • Part 4 – Future Plans


Tapwg overview

TAPWG Overview

  • The purpose of the Taxonomy Architecture (TA) Practice Working Group is to:

    • Improve quality and lower costs associated with the business value of XBRL projects by providing detailed analysis (provide output --- interest of business users) of domain, logical and physical models of taxonomies and objectively evaluating their impact on the reusability of their content.

    • Establish Taxonomy Implementation Best Practices

  • Examples are:

    • Identification of the parties sharing and consuming XBRL information

    • Tracking of official and extension taxonomies, instances, and other files

    • Security, authentication and integrity, transport and handling, validation, etc.


Tapwg overview cont

TAPWG Overview (cont.)

  • Specific Topics addressed:

    • Alternative logical modeling of otherwise identical domain content, including dimensions, tables, tuples, and other constructs

    • Interoperability of instances

      • Usability of data for analytic comparability, especially for financial fundamentals, including linking of distinct taxonomies

    • Style Guides

    • Impact of new XBRL Specifications


Tapwg overview cont1

TAPWG Overview (cont.)

  • Specific Topics addressed:

    • Displaying Taxonomies with Matrix structures

    • Examples are:

      • Identification of the parties sharing and consuming XBRL information

      • Tracking of official and extension taxonomies, instances, and other files

      • Security, authentication and integrity, transport and handling, validation, etc.

  • Request for Comment (RFC)

    • Authorized output from BPB working groups

    • Formal communication from BPB to marketplace

    • When vetted through marketplace becomes a “Practice Note”


Taxonomy scope

Taxonomy Scope

  • Taxonomies standardize data in Business Reporting Supply Chain (BRSC)

Business

Operations

Internal

Business

Reporting

External

Business

Reporting

Investment,

Lending,

Regulation

Economic Policymaking

Processes

Taxonomies

Companies

Business

Publishers

and Data

Aggregators

Investors

Central

Banks

Participants

Trading

Partners

Management

Accountants

Internal

Auditors

External

Auditors

Regulators and Administrators

Software Vendors and Service Providers


External reporting eco system

External Reporting Eco System

Collect

Define

Create

Disseminate

Aggregate/Production

Review

Regulator/Standard Setter

Preparer

Auditor/Creator

Base

Taxonomy

Extension

Taxonomy

Regulator

Data Aggregator

Regulator

Data Aggregator

Investors/Analysts

V

V

V

V

V

= Validate

V


Typical taxonomy structures

Typical Taxonomy Structures

Reporting entity extensions

(Banks, Companies, Mutual

Funds, Govt. Agencies)

Extension

Taxonomies

Regulators/Standard

Setters/Data Aggregators

Regulators

Base

Taxonomies

Standard

Setters


Tapwg

TAPWG

  • Membership of WG

    • Comprised of over 20 individuals from diverse backgrounds

  • Means of communication

    • WG meets once a week via telecom

    • Meets face-to-face adjacent to XBRL conferences

  • Diversity of member profiles

    • TAPWG members have experience in large scale taxonomy development projects

    • Most also have experience in domain expertise

    • Will poised to face future demands


Tapwg activities

TAPWG Activities

  • Build out Business Reporting Proposition Document

  • Created a Business Reporting Logical Model

  • Creation of a FRTA 1.5


Business reporting proposition document

Business Reporting Proposition Document

  • The TAPWG developed a Business Reporting Proposition Document to explain the use case of having a Business Reporting Model


Business reporting logical model

Business Reporting Logical Model

  • A model which explicitly states the semantics of business reporting.

  • A best practices specification for implementing the explicit business reporting semantics of a defined model within the XBRL syntax.

  • A framework for implementation of a financial reporting logical model.

  • A framework reusable by additional business areas, other than financial reporting.

  • Modeled in UML

  • A set of ‘measures’ used by financial reporting within the business reporting framework.


Business reporting logical model1

Business Reporting Logical Model

  • Status: Internal Working Draft

  • Refinements Suggested:

    • Creation of a UML Logical Model

    • Inclusion of Data Structures across the globe, catering to various Business Reporting Patterns

  • Confluence with XSB’s Abstract Model initiative


Frta 1 5

FRTA 1.5

  • The TAPWG Decided to break the WG to create a short term solution for FRTA revision need

    • Identifying the rules that have been obsolete, and the TRTF makes exemptions to them.

    • Revisit the RFCs in January

    • Include a list of the new points from the FRTA- Way Ahead document initially built

    • Classify FRTA rules into two documents, one for domain audience and one of technical audience


Frta 1 5 an update till now

FRTA 1.5 – An update till now

* The TA is also discussing if rules pertaining to dimensions can be included in FRTA 1.5


Tapwg confluence with xsb initiative

TAPWG Confluence with XSB Initiative


Summary future what s next

Summary (Future – What’s next)

  • How can the TAPWG expand collaboration between countries?

  • How do we spearhead the updating of FRTA?

  • TAPWG is looking for new ideas and collaborators?

  • How does the TAPWG help get companies excited about moving towards a common taxonomy environment using XBRL


About us

About us

  • Shweta Gupta – TAPWG Chair

    Chief Solutions Architect, XBRL SolutionsIRIS Business Services [email protected]

  • XBRL International, Inc.

    • Global consortium to cooperatively create a common business reporting language based on XML

    • Non-profit consortium of over 600 member organizations

    • See http://xbrl.org


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