Items tagged with "Compliance"

Natural Language Processing is here to stay

We found food for thought in a recent article from Irene Liu and team of Accenture, exploring the use of Natural Language Processing (NLP) for regulatory compliance.

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India’s MCA may require more frequent filing

India’s Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) is considering requiring large unlisted entities to file financial statements more frequently.

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IFAC: International regulatory divergence costs $780B

A terrifying study out this week from IFAC says that the burden on internationally operating businesses caused by different regulatory arrangements is in excess of $780 billion USD. That’s more than the GDP of Switzerland. Or Malaysia and Singapore combined. It’s half the GDP of Brazil, population 200M+!

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AI to replace Compliance Jobs?

A widely reported briefing note from Citi this week, entitled “Digital Disruption Revisited” suggests that RegTech startups are harnessing Artificial Intelligence to cut significant costs  — yes, mostly people — out of compliance activities within Financial Services firms. With the average compliance costs in the banking sector having doubled since 2008, it would make sense to automate […]

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UK authorities to collect financial data from Charities in XBRL

The UK’s Financial Reporting Council, in conjunction with the Charities Commission, has released an XBRL taxonomy to tag charity accounts for electronic filing and for other analytical purposes. Both the business registrar, Companies House, and HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) are updating their systems this month to accept company filings from registered charities that have been […]

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XBRL US Northeast Workshop

20th May, 2015

Join public company accountants and auditors at a practical, 1 ½ day workshop in XBRL SEC reporting with an emphasis on interactive exercises and solution discussions. The high instructor to attendee ratio guarantees that every registrant will walk away with questions and specific issues in XBRL creation addressed. The advanced program minimizes general presentations in […]

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Digital Signatures for Auditor Reports

A recently completed pilot program conducted by the Netherlands Institute of Chartered Accountants tested the use of digitally signed auditor’s reports.

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UN Committee Hears About the Benefits of XBRL

Delegates at the International Standards of Accounting and Reporting workshop as part of the UNCTAD World Investment Forum were briefed on the benefits of XBRL in Geneva this week.The program highlighted how to address challenges in corporate reporting, social responsibility, environment protection, and corporate governance. XII Best Practices Chair Ian Hicks offered his perspective on how XBRL supports […]

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FASB Financial Disclosures Forum

1st December, 2014

The Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) will hold a forum to discuss financial disclosures on December 1, 2014. Pace University will be hosting the event at the Schimmel Center in New York City. The forum is designed to provide an opportunity to engage in a constructive dialogue regarding the current state of financial disclosure and […]

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Abandoning the Paper Paradigm in Australia

Investors don’t want paper according to research by the University of Leipzig in Germany, with 96 percent of investors basing their investment decisions on information they find online (we assume the other 4% are using a dart board). And governments around the world are right behind them. According to Grant Hehir, Auditor-General of New South Wales, […]

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