With new talks on AI and a host of other subjects, including a keynote from the Bank of England’s Beju Shah on the role that XBRL can play in making reporting easier for everyone, don’t forget that the concessional pricing for the DataAmplified hotel runs out on 23 October!
On October 11, the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) proposed a significant series of amendments concerning Regulation S-K. One aspect might be of particular interest to readers of this newsletter: the SEC is proposing that all of the cover pages of its forms should be filed as Inline XBRL, with a range of identification […]
The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has published a briefing concerning the use of Legal Entity Identifiers (LEI). The intention is to raise industry awareness and facilitate conformity with LEI obligations under MiFID II, ahead of its 3 January 2018 launch. The authority is urging participants to get ahead of the curve in fulfilling […]
XBRL Members and Participants can now register for a Member Forum webinar, which aims to “Bring the needs and knowledge of the XBRL community to the foundations of Blockchain development”. Delivered by XBRL stalwart, Eric Cohen, this talk is designed to let people know what is happening within the new ISO/TC 307 Working Group on […]
The Bank of England (BoE) has published an update on their FinTech Accelerator program announcing the latest cohort of proofs of concepts (PoCs) along with a status report. The news was shared as part of a speech by Andrew Hauser, Executive Director for Banking, Payments and Financial Resilience delivered at Cambridge this week. There is […]
We are seeing a wave of extremely significant transformation within the financial services industry. The Bank of England’s accelerator programme is highlighted in this week’s newsletter, but regulators right around the world are encouraging experimentation. It can be seen that other parts of the world are undertaking similar initiatives for FinTech development. In Malaysia, the […]
We liked this graphic from XBRL US Member, Intrinio, which highlights the success that company (among many others) has been having in distributing XBRL data collected in the United States in the EDGAR system. You can hear Intrinio CEO Rachel Carpenter speak about the use of XBRL for Municipal Bonds at Data Amplified.
One month to go today before a wide cross section of regulators, policy makers, business reporting professionals, standards setters and leading vendors meet at Data Amplified in Paris. Speakers will include Alain Deckers, from the European Commission, who will talk about Europe’s policy objectives in relation to the ESEF digitisation of public company reporting with Inline XBRL. Michael […]
The SEC’s EDGAR system now supports the 2017 IFRS Taxonomy. This impacts Foreign Private Issuers, which is the US term for companies based outside of the United States that have raised funds in the US public markets. All FPIs that prepare their accounts in accordance with IFRS are obliged to file XBRL or Inline XBRL […]
In an upbeat assessment of the global economy, IMF Chief Christine Lagarde suggested this week that now is the right time for countries to implement economic reforms, with around 75% of the world’s economies enjoying strong growth. The Fund has a laundry list of suggestions about ways to secure economic expansion and to tackle inequality. […]