To us at XBRL International it’s clear that XBRL data enables better decision making and offers value to investors and users of all kinds. Supporting that assertion is a point-of-view post at XBRL US, in which Steven Huddart of the Smeal College of Business at Penn State University asks “Are XBRL data better at predicting […]
Head over to the Taggings section of the XBRL International website for a post from our CEO John Turner, reflecting on the future of reporting as glimpsed at the 2021 Data Amplified Virtual conference. The world is changing fast – in ways that will make reporting even more important.
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There is, as yet, no easy way to find European Single Electronic Format (ESEF) submissions and the valuable information they contain – although progress towards the European Single Access Portal (ESAP) is likely to change that over time. So XBRL US has started a collection point of its own to help data consumers access the filings.
The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) has released a response paper and final reporting standards for Phase 1 of its multi-year Superannuation Data Transformation (SDT), superannuation being Australia’s term for compulsory employee pensions.
All 154 submissions to the European Commission consultation on the establishment of a European Single Access Point (ESAP) are now available to download, and we’re pleased to see a strong positive response in favour of using XBRL.
XBRL International has submitted its response to the European Commission consultation on the establishment of a European Single Access Point (ESAP) for all reporting data. We argue that ESAP should be the primary source of information disclosed to markets in Europe, driven by XBRL for maximum utility.
The Bank of England has unveiled its plans for renewing the way that it collects data. In ‘Transforming Data Collection from the UK Financial Sector: A Plan for 2021 and beyond,’ it sets out a decade-long effort to transform its ability to gather and make available high-quality, timely data.
For anyone interested in XBRL information filed with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), our colleagues stateside have released a highly useful new tool, with accompanying guidance.