A committee of the US Senate has advanced legislation mandating all public federal information in the US be presented in searchable formats and be made freely available for everyone to use.
GRI’s Digital Reporting Alliance will seek to address underutilisation of sustainability data by promoting the reporting of that data using XBRL,
The Tax and Customs Administration of Estonia has committed to automated filing of payroll and personnel information by 1 January 2018.
The IASB has published the latest version of its “Pocket Guide”, which is a comprehensive look at IFRS adoption around the world. It’s over 100 pages, so whether you will want to print it and carry it around in your pocket is of some debate, but it is without doubt a highly detailed and useful […]
BearingPoint’s ABACUS/DaVinci regulatory reporting solution has been awarded the “Enterprise Solution of the Year” for the successful implementation at Santander. Ranking among the leading providers of regulatory technology (RegTech), management and technology consultancy BearingPoint has won IT Europa’s “Enterprise Solution of the Year” at the 2016 European IT & Software Excellence Awards. This award category recognizes […]
After a year of revisions and “hundreds” of comments, the US Treasury has released a near final version of its schema outlining data definition standards to be used by federal agencies in reporting spending under the DATA Act. The DATA Act Information Model Schema (DAIMS) v1.0 gives an overall view of the hundreds of distinct data elements […]
The European Banking Authority has released corrective updates to two versions of its XBRL taxonomies for supervisory reporting (versions 2.4 and 2.5) to fix technical errors in the implementation of some validation rules.
The Kuwait News Agency has announced that the Capital Markets Authority in that country will use XBRL in its efforts to regulate and develop the capital market, protect investors and improve the financial system in Kuwait.
The Surety Working Group formed by XBRL US has completed a Proposed Recommendation of its Work-in-Process Taxonomy for automating the reporting of elements related to identifying risks and determining eligibility for surety bonds.
The SEC recently issued a “concept release” seeking public comment on business and financial disclosure requirements in Regulation S-K. This is the regulation, first instituted in 1933, that lays out reporting requirements for quarterly, annual, and other various SEC filings used by public companies in the United States.