The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has launched data.sec.gov for beta testing by developers. This new page hosts RESTful Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) that deliver JSON-formatted filings data to external users, as well as SEC web pages.
Dating problems don’t only plague those seeking the perfect partner – they can also cause angst for filers in pursuit of a flawless ESEF report! This week we bring you another post from XBRL International Guidance Manager Revathy Ramanan in her series on common errors in European Single Electronic Format (ESEF) filings and what to do about […]
We bring you two new posts on ‘ESEF Errors and Common Pitfalls’ this week, from XBRL International’s Guidance Manager Revathy Ramanan.
Tagging the same fact reported multiple times in different sections of an XBRL report leads to duplicate facts, which can be useful – but what if the values don’t match? Revathy Ramanan tackles the issue of inconsistent duplicates and what to do about them in the second post in her series on common errors and pitfalls in […]
What does an ESEF report look like, and how can you browse and compare them? What are the advantages of using Inline XBRL? What are the common errors to avoid?
Accompanying the launch of filings.xbrl.org, we bring you a new blog series from Revathy Ramanan, XBRL International’s Guidance Manager, on ‘ESEF Errors and Common Pitfalls.’ She has analysed many of the filings we have gathered – and the validation errors and warnings they generate – to start to understand where and how problems are occurring.
Issuers across EU-regulated markets and in the UK have filed their first financial statements in European Single Electronic Format (ESEF), which in essence is an Inline XBRL report. We anticipate that ESEF will make European reporting data more consistent, comparable, and ultimately useful. It was encouraging to see many issuers voluntarily submitting ESEF filings in […]