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2010-2011

Deloitte Annual report 2010/2011
Deloitte Annual report 2010/2011
Deloitte structure
Financial highlights
Report from the Executive Board
Financial results 2010/2011 information
Risk management
Corporate governance
Report from the Supervisory Board
Financial statements
Other information
Deloitte Sustainability report 2010/2011
Deloitte Sustainability report 2010/2011
Highlights 2010/2011
About Deloitte
Letter from the Executive Board
Shared values and ethical principals
Letter from the Supervisory Board
Key activities 2010/2011
Sustainability strategy
Serving our clients
Our people
Our role in society
Our ecological footprint
Governance and reporting
Assurance report
GRI table
Deloitte Annual review 2010/2011
Deloitte Annual review 2010/2011
Financial highlights
Welcome tot Deloitte's Annual review
Deloitte's performance 2010/2011
The future is now, are you ready
Our approach to innovation
Future proofing
Fast track for HFC
Our innovation portfolio
Building tomorrow's talent
Highlights 2010/2011
Fair Chance Foundation review 2010/2011
Fair Chance Foundation review 2010/2011
Financial highlights
Monica has guts
Message from the Board of Directors
Inspiration for all
Impact day
Money matters
The vital link
Our partners
Wesley is creative
Deloitte Transparantieverslag 2011
Deloitte Annual report 2010/2011 in XBRL
Download the Deloitte XBRL Financial Statement 2010/2011
Download the Assurance Report for the XBRL Financial Statement
Download our auditor's digital signature

For the third year in a row Deloitte has published its annual report in XBRL. The report is based on the Dutch XBRL taxonomy report for large companies, the digital equivalent of the financial reporting framework in Title 9, Book 2 of the Netherlands Civil Code. Our auditors have reviewed the XBRL instance document and have issued an assurance report.

Contents of the report
The XBRL instance document contains both the consolidated and non-consolidated reports for Deloitte Holding B.V. and specifically refers to the Dutch taxonomy report for large companies (http://nltaxonomie.nl/5.0/report/kvk/entrypoints/rpt-kvk-grote-rechtspersoon-2010.xsd).

The following principles have been applied to prepare the XBRL instance document:

  1. The XBRL instance document solely includes legally required information, which can therefore be included in the taxonomy;

  2. Information included in the financial statements about any element available in the taxonomy is likewise included in the XBRL instance document. This may lead to accumulation of amounts that are presented separately in the financial statements.

More information about the Dutch taxonomy can be found on the website:
Standard Business Reporting Netherlands

Assurance on XBRL
Building on previous experience, the assurance report is based on the four criteria that have been outlined in the AICPA exposure draft
“Proposed principles and criteria for XBRL-formatted information".

  • Completeness
  • Mapping
  • Accuracy
  • Structure

Our auditors have provided a digital signature to identify the instance document on our website, ensuring that the instance document on our website is the same as the document they have reviewed. Tools such as digiSeal reader can be used to check the validity of the signature file and the XBRL file.

Viewing XBRL
Just like with data formats such as HTML and PDF, a viewer is needed to view the XBRL instance document. A well-known viewer is Arelle. This open source tool can be used for free. Links to commercial software tools can be found on the websites listed below.

About XBRL
eXtensible Business Reporting Language is an international open data standard for the exchange of financial and non-financial data. More information can be found on:

2009-2010

Deloitte Annual report 2009/2010
Deloitte Annual report 2009/2010
Deloitte structure
Financial highlights
Report from the Executive Board
Report from the Supervisory Board
Financial statements
Other information
Deloitte Sustainability report 2009/2010
Deloitte Sustainability report 2009/2010
Deloitte in the Netherlands
Scope of the report
Letter from the Executive Board
Letter from the Supervisory Board
Our vision and strategy
Governance
Performance 2009-2010
Appendix 1 Practice what we preach
Appendix 2 Economic value generated table
Appendix 3 GRI table
Deloitte Annual review 2009/2010
Deloitte Annual review 2009/2010
Deloitte at a glance
Letter from the Executive Board
Our people, our most important asset
Economic Outlook
Sustainability
Acting globally, working locally
Deloitte Transparantieverslag 2010
Deloitte Annual report 2009/2010 in XBRL
Download the Assurance Report for the XBRL Financial Statement
Download the Deloitte consolidated XBRL Financial Statement 2009/2010
Download the Deloitte non-consolidated XBRL Financial Statement 2009/2010

Deloitte and XBRL
Deloitte recognizes and supports eXtensible Business Reporting Language (hereafter: XBRL) as a data standard for managing and reporting financial and business information. XBRL makes business information more interactive and liquid -- hence, the interest of the capital markets and regulators. It also makes information more manageable, in such a way that companies can use it to create efficiencies and bring innovation in business reporting applications. Thus, while adoption of XBRL will be initially driven largely by regulatory action and in response to mandates, Deloitte believes that it will evolve beyond compliance to more value-add uses. We see potential for clients to use XBRL to drive efficiencies and innovation in areas such as business process improvement, finance transformation, governance, risk and compliance systems, adoption of International Financial Reporting Standards, and automating internal controls reporting.

What is XBRL?

In XBRL, every financial data element has its own identifying tag that is machine readable. Therefore, instead of having the data reported in text format, it is stored as a tag (comparable to barcodes). These tags can be read by information systems and processed for storages, analyses and presentation in a variety of ways. The rich and powerful structure of XBRL allows efficient handling of business data by computer software. In this way the exchange and analysis of both internal as well as external information becomes an easier task.

An XBRL business report is composed of a taxonomy “document” and an “instance document”. Technically speaking, metadata is attached to the data, which is contained in the XBRL instance document, and provides context for a data item so that the item can be properly understood across different applications and platforms. But what is metadata? All the financial information is “tagged” with specific definitions, also known as metadata. This looks like every single number of financial information has a kind of barcode, providing financial information context and meaning related to the taxonomy. An XBRL business report is a hybrid between these two documents. An XBRL instance document contains the actual data and facts. While the taxonomy contains the main instructions of how the data is structured.

Deloitte Annual report 2009/2010 in XBRL

Deloitte Holding B.V. is a Dutch company, required to file their financial statement according to Title 9, Book 2 of the Netherlands Civil Code. In addition to our formal traditional financial statement, we have prepared the consolidated financial statements in XBRL using the 2010.1 version of the Dutch Taxonomy. Specifically, we have used the “Commercieel Jaarrapport” (or Commercial Annual Report).

The XBRL instance documents for the consolidated and non-consolidated statements contain references to the taxonomy reports

  • rpt-cjr-geconsolideerd-jaarrekening-groot-2009.xsd
  • rpt-cjr-enkelvoudig-jaarrekening-groot-2009.xsd

These reports can be found at:

http://www.sbr-nl.nl/

For the preparation of the XBRL instance documents the following principles are used:

  1. Only information that is legally required and therefore can be included in the CJR taxonomy is included in the XBRL instance document;
  2. If an element is available in the CJR taxonomy and this information is included in the financial statements this information is included in the XBRL instance document. This may lead to aggregation of amounts which are presented separately in the financial statements;
  3. Both the consolidated and the company financial statements are included in separate XBRL instance documents taking into account the same exemptions which apply for the preparation of the consolidated and company financial statements, hence the XBRL instance documents should be read together and not as separate documents. These principles are included in the instance documents.

Assurance report on the XBRL financial reports
Our accountants have reviewed the XBRL instance documents and issued an assurance report which can be downloaded from this site.



Representations of the XBRL instance documents
The instance documents can be viewed with an XBRL instance viewer. For easier access, we have included our representations of the instance documents. These representations are NOT audited.View the Deloitte consolidated XBRL Financial Statement 2009/2010 View the Deloitte non-consolidated XBRL Financial Statement 2009/2010
More information
For more information about this standard, and more information about how to use and process XBRL, contact Deloitte or visit one of the following websites:

2008-2009

Deloitte Annual report 2008/2009
Deloitte Annual report 2008/2009
Deloitte structure
Financial highlights
report from the Executive Board
report from the Supervisory Board
Financial statements
Other information
Deloitte Annual review 2008/2009
Deloitte Annual review 2008/2009
Deloitte at a glance
Letter from the Board
In conversation with Philips
report from the Executive Board
Innovation
In conversation with Nederlandse Spoorwegen
Sustainability
In conversation with Gemeente Rotterdam
Our people
In conversation with MetrixLab
Deloitte international
Financial performance
Deloitte Sustainability report 2008/2009
Deloitte Sustainability report 2008/2009
Scope of the report
Letter from the Board
Our sustainability strategy
Our clients
Our people
Integrity
Our role in society
Our ecological footprint
Assurance report
GRI-table
Transparantieverslag 2009
Deloitte Annual report 2008/2009 in XBRL
Download the Deloitte XBRL Financial Statement 2008/2009
Download the Assurance Report for the XBRL Financial Statement

Deloitte and XBRL
Deloitte recognizes and supports eXtensible Business Reporting Language (hereafter: XBRL) as a data standard for managing and reporting financial and business information. XBRL makes business information more interactive and liquid -- hence, the interest of the capital markets and regulators. It also makes information more manageable, in such a way that companies can use it to create efficiencies and bring innovation in business reporting applications. Thus, while adoption of XBRL will be initially driven largely by regulatory action and in response to mandates, Deloitte believes that it will evolve beyond compliance to more value-add uses. We see potential for clients to use XBRL to drive efficiencies and innovation in areas such as business process improvement, finance transformation, governance, risk and compliance systems, adoption of International Financial Reporting Standards, and automating internal controls reporting.

What is XBRL?

In XBRL, every financial data element has its own identifying tag that is machine readable. Therefore, instead of having the data reported in text format, it is stored as a tag (comparable to barcodes). These tags can be read by information systems and processed for storages, analyses and presentation in a variety of ways. The rich and powerful structure of XBRL allows efficient handling of business data by computer software. In this way the exchange and analysis of both internal as well as external information becomes an easier task.

An XBRL business report is composed of a taxonomy “document” and an “instance document”. Technically speaking, metadata is attached to the data, which is contained in the XBRL instance document, and provides context for a data item so that the item can be properly understood across different applications and platforms. But what is metadata? All the financial information is “tagged” with specific definitions, also known as metadata. This looks like every single number of financial information has a kind of barcode, providing financial information context and meaning related to the taxonomy. An XBRL business report is a hybrid between these two documents. An XBRL instance document contains the actual data and facts. While the taxonomy contains the main instructions of how the data is structured.

Deloitte Annual report 2008/2009 in XBRL

Deloitte Holding B.V. is a Dutch company, required to file their financial statement according to Title 9, Book 2 of the Netherlands Civil Code. In addition to our formal traditional financial statement, we have prepared the consolidated financial statement in XBRL using the 2009 version of the Dutch Taxonomy. Specifically, we have used the Chamber of Commerce reports Balance Sheet model B, Profit and Loss statement model E and the Indirect Cash Flow statement (rpt-kvk-balansb-wve-kasstroomi-2008.xsd). The XBRL instance document contains a reference to this taxonomy. As not all data items in the printed version of the annual report 2009 are covered by the 2009 version of the Dutch Taxonomy, the instance document contains footnotes that explain specific fact values where applicable.

Assurance report on the XBRL financial report

Our accountants have reviewed the XBRL instance document and issued an assurance report which can be downloaded from this site.

More information

For more information about this standard, and more information about how to use and process XBRL, contact Deloitte or visit one of the following websites:
http://www.sbr-nl.nl/ http://www.xbrl.org/