As we reported in March, filers to the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) must now follow a number of rules from the XBRL US Data Quality Committee (DQC).
Commissioner Allison Herren Lee of the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) recently spoke on ‘Living in a Material World: Myths and Misconceptions about “Materiality.”’ She addressed, among other topics, the important role of the investor in determining what is ‘material’ to disclosure, particularly around environmental, social and governance (ESG) topics.
Janine Guillot, CEO of the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB), has published a piece discussing the Board’s response to the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) consultation on climate change disclosure, and welcoming SEC’s commitment to addressing the needs of 21st century investors in this arena.
XBRL US has published livestream videos of its two-part webinar series on ‘Inline XBRL for Small Reporting Companies and Foreign Private Issuers’, held on 19 and 26 of May.
What are the current gaps where more data is needed for good regulatory decisions? That’s the question explored by Commissioner Caroline A. Crenshaw of the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in an excellent keynote address to the 8th Annual Conference on Financial Market Regulation, titled ‘Mind the (Data) Gaps.’
Special Purpose Acquisition Companies, or SPACs, are generating a surge of restatements correcting past financial reports, following last month’s accounting clarification from the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
The US Securities and Exchange Commission has published a proposed collection and comment request on the existing collection of information from Nationally Recognized Statistical Rating Organizations, or NRSROs.
The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has recently focused its attention on Special Purpose Acquisition Companies, or SPACs. SPACs are cash-only investment vehicles that are formed and listed with a view to taking private companies public.
On 17 April 2021, Gary Gensler was sworn into office as a Member of the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), which he joins as Chair. He was nominated for the post by President Joe Biden early in the year, and confirmed by the US Senate on 14 April.
An article published in Forbes on 15 April, titled ‘The SEC’s Technology Modernization Is Accelerating – Are You Ready?’ calls out XBRL as one of the most important aspects of modernisation efforts at the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).