We were delighted to read recent remarks by Mr Aamir Khan, Chairman of the Securities & Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP).
The IFRS Advisory Council this week discussed (inter alia) ‘Progressing our digital financial reporting strategy.’
CoreFiling has published an interesting case study giving us a look into XBRL adoption in a new country, with a data modernisation project run by the National Bank of Georgia.
The Danish Institute for Human Rights has published a notable discussion paper on sustainability reporting and human rights.
We enjoyed a recent Accountants Daily article from Simon Grant of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA ANZ) on the need to advance digital reporting in Australia.
The FRC Lab reports on lessons learnt from the first year of mandatory digital reporting in the UK. It finds that many companies are rising to the challenge of the ESEF format, and points the way forward on more that needs to be done on data quality.
As we recently reported, the US Small Business Administration (SBA) has introduced a modernised process allowing small businesses to use xBRL-CSV to submit Work-in-Process (WIP) information used in the SBA Surety Bond Guarantee (SBG) Program, replacing time-consuming manual data entry.
“The world is grappling with dramatic shifts in climate change, environmental, social, and geopolitical events. In a world of rapid digital transformation, how do companies, investors, regulators, standard setters, and ordinary citizens respond to these shifts?” asks Christine Tan in a recent guest post at ESG Today.
The new Digital Signatures in XBRL Working Group is now set to hold its first meeting in the coming weeks, and we would like to welcome any additional members who want to be fully engaged on this important question from the get-go.
The Bank of England (BoE) has recently published some significant updates for those following its initiative, led with the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), to transform data collection from the UK financial sector.