The Superintendency of Surveillance and Private Security (Superintendencia de Vigilancia y Seguridad Privada, otherwise known as Supervigilancia) is the latest Colombian supervisory body to go digital, requiring data in XBRL to boost quality, consistency and comparability.
Fernando Restoy, Chair of the Financial Stability Institute, offers an abundance of food for thought in a recent speech discussing the role of – and consequences for – regulation in the ongoing digital disruption of the financial sector.
We note with interest the launch of a new online reporting platform by Luxembourg’s Supervisory Commission for the Financial Sector (Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier, CSSF).
The International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) continues to consider the feedback to its Third Agenda Consultation on its priorities for 2022-2026.
There’s a tremendous amount for readers to get their teeth into in a report out this week from CPA Australia and the University of Adelaide, titled ‘Digital corporate reporting: Global experiences from the G20 and implications for policy formulation,’ by Prof Indrit Troshani and Dr Nick Rowbottom.
The Regulations Review Authority of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has recently made significant recommendations aimed at rationalising data collection and reducing regulatory burdens.
“For businesses the world over, confidence in digital authenticity is in short supply,” writes Stephan Wolf, CEO of the Global Legal Entity Identifier Foundation (GLEIF).
Are you following the long-term initiative to transform data collection from the UK financial sector being led by the Bank of England and the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)?
How should the EU’s financial regulatory and supervisory framework evolve to remain fit for purpose?
As our readers may have noted, the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is modernising its disclosure requirements on information related to filing fees, and will eventually introduce digital tagging of this data using Inline XBRL (or iXBRL).