Also at the XBRL Europe Day, Hans Buysse, a member of the XBRL International and XBRL Europe Boards, and representing financial analysts on the Boards of EFFAS and EFRAG, described some of the challenges that companies across Europe face in raising capital at present, and the technologies that are impacting financial services. He describes the […]
We expect significant advancement in analytics using structured data in 2017.
Earlier this year we brought to your attention the fact that firms just aren’t using the massive amounts of data they collect (see story, right). Now there’s new research bolstering that notion. In a new 136-page report, The Age of Analytics: Competing in a Data-Driven World, the McKinsey Global Institute examines the application of analytics, and how businesses […]
Alternative presentations of XBRL data using JSON and CSV, along with the increased use of iXBRL, are creating new opportunities for investors, analysts and others to access XBRL data directly.
Speakers at Data Amplified will bring insight into the way that data standards and emerging technologies like Blockchain, Big Data and Artificial Intelligence are repositioning both public and private organisations in an increasingly transparent environment.
FinTech, the new breed of technology that is revolutionising the banking and financial services sectors, is already starting to have a significant impact on how data is being collected, shared and utilised around the world. At Data Amplified, you’ll be able to explore how one company is making XBRL financial data affordable and easy to access for developers, […]
We and others maintain, with ample evidence, that structured data can transform the business reporting process for regulators and firms; and can provide an environment of improved analytics and transparency for investors. This is only being enhanced by the introduction of new technologies and processes leveraging Blockchain, AI and Big Data. The CFA Institute has […]
XBRL Spain is hosting a conference on Risk Management, Interoperability and Information Standardization using XBRL.
FASB used SEC XBRL data from 2014 to identify over USD $1 trillion in undiscounted lease obligations that were being reported in footnotes. Read about the resulting guidance.
The Entity Specific Disclosures Task Force has begun the discovery phase of its work defining when best to use extensions and to improve the comparability of extensions and the filings that use them.