EBA XBRL Add-in for Excel
End-users Create EBA XBRL in Excel
The European Banking Authority (EBA) XBRL add-in for Excel makes it easy to build valid EBA XBRL reports in Excel. After installing the add-in once, you'll have access to a feature-rich Excel template with preset rows and columns, as well as a helpful EBA Filing entry-helper pane to guide you while entering your report.
Import EBA XBRL
It's just as easy to import existing EBA XBRL reports into Excel for easy analysis. Just click the Import XBRL button in the EBA ribbon, and browse to select the XBRL instance file you wish to import. Once the data is in Excel, it's easy to view, understand, and/or re-use.
Export EBA XBRL
Once your report is complete in Excel, simply click the Export XBRL button in the EBA ribbon, and the add-in will generate a valid XBRL document for submission. No technical XBRL expertise is required to get your data into a valid XBRL format according to the EBA XBRL Taxonomy!
Easy Data Re-Use
The information you put into the template can come from any of your existing spreadsheets via Excel formulas or simple copy/paste. Or, this template can replace your previous tracking spreadsheets, and you can simply update the information as required going forward.
EBA XBRL add-in Highlights
- End users create XBRL directly in Excel
- No technical XBRL expertise is required
- Excel template makes it easy to enter EBA data
- Export XBRL button generates EBA XBRL data
- Import XBRL button imports EBA XBRL data into Excel
- EBA Filing Properties entry helper assists with data entry
- Tables selector window lets you navigate to or hide tables
- Cell Documentation window provides useful information about cell contents
- Data validation with comprehensive messaging about errors and inconsistencies
Try Free for 30-Days
It's easy to get started with the Altova European Banking Authority (EBA) XBRL add-in for Excel. Simply download the software using the link to the right, and install it to begin your free, 30-day trial.
Please note: The add-in requires Excel 2010, 2013 or 2016. It is not compatible with prior versions.