The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has adopted new rules on electronic filing, including expanded XBRL reporting, in order “to promote efficiency, transparency, and operational resiliency.”
XBRL Italy has published a useful FAQ on filing European Single Electronic Format (ESEF) reports with the Italian Business Register (Registro delle Imprese).
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).
The XBRL Standards Board has approved a Proposed Recommendation release of the Filing Indicators specification. Filing Indicators are a mechanism used by some XBRL filing systems to enable filers to explicitly record which sections (or templates) within a report they have completed.
The Superintendencia de Sociedades in Colombia is holding a month of free training sessions to help financial report preparers navigate the XBRL EXPRESS online system. Circular 201-000008, which came into effect in November 2019, established requirements for monitored companies to report financial statements digitally, in XBRL format, in line with international standards. In addition to introducing country-wide […]
With the US filing season in full swing, Toppan Merrill have brought together XBRL experts including Mike Willis, Assistant Director of the SEC’s Office of Structured Disclosures, Emily Huang, CEO of idaciti and Mike Schlanger, Vice President of Solution Sales at Toppan Merrill, for a webinar outlining the best practices for achieving high-quality XBRL disclosures. […]
Our view is that minimising constraints within filing manuals and maximising the use of taxonomies for standardising the filing process leads to enhanced interoperability. What’s yours?
XII’s Best Practices Board is examining and classifying filing rules on a global basis to produce guidance and standardisation.
The Ministry of Commerce and Industry (MCI) in Saudi Arabia has launched “Qawaem”, a new XBRL-based electronic reporting platform for the submission of consolidated financial statements by commercial entities in the Kingdom.