The AMANA XBRL Portal

The AMANA XBRL Portal is a web application for creation, managing, visualising and analysis of XBRL filings. The Portal can be used by groups for central XBRL creation and analysis as well as regulators for collection and analysis of supervised companies. In addition, small banks and insurance companies can use the AMANA XBRL Portal online for COREP or Solvency II reporting (as alternative to EIOPA T4U). The XBRL Portal is available under http://cloud.amana-consulting.de. Get registered and experience diverse practical functions of our XBRL Portal.

The Portal is based on a real XBRL Engine and can use every taxonomy without changes to the software. Furthermore, the following filings are created by our clients using the XBRL Portal and its predecessor ‘EUROFILER’:

  • FINREP (IFRS and Local GAAP, e.g. HGB)
  • COREP
    • Own Funds and Leverage
    • Large Exposures (LE)
    • Stable Funding (NSFR)
    • Liquidity Coverage [LCR)
    • Additional Liquidity Monitoring metrics (ALM)
  • Asset Encumbrance (AE)
  • Funding Plans (FP)
  • Benchmarking portfolio assessment (SBP)
  • Solvency II QRT’s
  • Financial and Internal Capital Adequacy Information Regulation reports (FinaV, FinaRisikoV)

Functions:

  • Management of entities and XBRL taxonomies
  • Interfaces to various source systems (e.g. SAP, BW, IBM TM1, relational databases, flat files) for data flow automation.
  • Manual creation of XBRL filings.
  • Correction of imported reporting data, incl. a full audit trail.
  • Filing forwarding webservice interfaces, performance processing by simple scaling of processing servers.
  • Management of reporting requirements allows for generating or receiving a certain XBRL filing from a financial intermediary at a specific due date, using a specified taxonomy.
  • Integrated XBRL validation and workflow management for filings, e.g. only valid data can be forwarded or processed.
  • Flexible KPI definition and XBRL data query for report analysis using annual comparison charts and performance charts for several entities.
  • Excel reports and powerful web XBRL editor.
  • Filing forwarding to European regulators such as Bundesbank, EBA and EIOPA.
  • A special Portal function for FINREP HGB: ‘required fields’ defined by Bundesbank and their impacts on validation rules can be analysed by means of special reports.

Success stories

Financial Market Authority Liechtenstein

Financial Market Authority Liechtenstein uses the XBRL Portal to manage and analyse XBRL filings for around 50 Liechtenstein banks and insurance companies.

The Portal is used for filing, validation, visualisation and submission of XBRL instances to European regulators EIOPA and EBA.

HUK Coburg AG and Stuttgarter Lebensversicherung

HUK Coburg AG and Stuttgarter Lebensversicherung (insurance companies) use EUROFILER (the predecessor of the AMANA XBRL Portal) to generate QRT filings for Solvency II. The EUROFILER is a user interface for the XBRL Engine allowing a user to comfortably calculate and validate values. In addition, HUK Coburg has linked a TM1 database to the EUROFILER and integrates values directly into reporting forms. The EUROFILER allows parallel processing of all company and group reporting data by 50 users at HUK. A sophisticated authorisation concept and archiving of all changes ensure a full audit trail.

QRT filing generated by HUK Coburg AG and Stuttgarter Lebensversicherung were the first valid XBRL instances in Germany submitted to BaFin.

Relevant issues

XBRL editor, XBRL mapping, XBRL Cloud, XBRL excel, SAP, SAP BW, IBM, Hyperion, TM1, Disclosure Management, T4U, Tool for undertakings, EIOPA, Solvency II, XBRL software, XBRL Engine, XBRL processor, EIOPA, Solvency II, FinaV reporting, FinaRisikoV, ORSA, Solvency II tool, AMANA XBRL T4U, internal capital adequacy information software, Pillar 3, RTF reporting, Solvency II software, XBRL Solvency II, QRT Solvency II, Alternative T4U, software reporting FinaV, banking supervision, Extranet, Data Point Model, DPM, SAP Business Warehouse, SAP NetWeaver Business Intelligence, Taxonomy visualisation, Internal capital adequacy assessment process, ICAAP

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