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IFRS Taxonomy 2011


 

 International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) Taxonomy 2011


 

The IFRS Taxonomy 2011 was developed by the IASB XBRL Team and was issued on 25 March 2011.

The IFRS Taxonomy is the XBRL (eXtensible Business Reporting Language) representation of the IFRSs, including International Accounting Standards (IASs), Interpretations, and the IFRS for SMEs (Small and Medium-sized Entities), as issued by the IASB.  It contains XBRL tags for IFRS disclosure requirements.

XBRL taxonomies are available for most of the major national financial reporting standards around the world, and the IFRS Taxonomy is intended for use by entities reporting in IFRS.  By providing the IFRS Taxonomy, the IFRS Foundation seeks to address the demand for an electronic standard to transmit IFRS financial information.

IFRS Taxonomy 2011 files and support materials

 

NameDescriptionLink
Taxonomy files and informationGeneral and technical information about the IFRS Taxonomy 2011 and the official taxonomy filesClick here to access
Versioning informationDocumentation detailing the changes between the IFRS Taxonomy 2010 and the IFRS Taxonomy 2011.Click here to download [ZIP, 260 KB]
Project summary and feedback statementAn overview of the development of the IFRS Taxonomy 2011Click here to view
Taxonomy viewing tools
A list of XBRL products that can be used to view the IFRS Taxonomy 2011Click here to view
Illustrative examplesSample XBRL and iXBRL (Inline XBRL) financial statements and notes created using the IFRS Taxonomy 2011Click here to view
The IFRS Taxonomy IllustratedA document that presents the structure of the IFRS Taxonomy in a simplified, visual format that does not require knowledge of XBRL.  Available for both IFRSs and the IFRS for SMEs.Click here to view
xIFRS
(IFRSs with XBRL)
An online tool that supports viewing and understanding of the IFRS Taxonomy.  xIFRS provides a view of the electronic IFRSs with embedded XBRL, and is available for the IFRSs and the IFRS for SMEs.  xIFRS is available to  eIFRS subscribers only.Click here to view
The IFRS Taxonomy GuideA technical guide for users of the IFRS Taxonomy 2011.Click here to view
Global Filing ManualThe Global Filing Manual contains a set of rules which provide guidance on the preparation, filing and validation of XBRL filings.Click here to view

Contacts Us

IASB XBRL Team 
email: xbrl@ifrs.org