We're once again analysing early #XBRL-tagged KAMS data from Japan. In our third post, we look at patterns of similarity across 2,800 disclosures, and ask if they might indicate ‘boilerplate’ texts that could hinder understanding of company-specific risk. https://t.co/D6fWIF8Bgx
Routine digital #reporting by local governments in the US is getting closer. @xbrlus and @CLOSUP have released an #XBRL taxonomy for review, enabling state and municipal governments to report machine-readable data to power better decision making. https://t.co/N1EUoLP6Di
The Council of the EU and the European Parliament have reached a provisional political agreement on the #CSRD, a crucial step towards passage of this law. It will introduce sustainability disclosures for around 50,000 EU companies. https://t.co/V85wu5bKy5 #ESG #XBRL
Two new SEC proposals introduce reporting requirements on SPACs and security-based swaps.@xbrlus welcomes the planned use of Inline #XBRL to “generate data that is more timely, functional, and comparable.” https://t.co/fFlxt6UpK9
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