Designing reports that reference a number of organisations can be be challenging. Help is to hand for XBRL taxonomy authors in a new Guidance Note.
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 XBRL Best Practices Board has published the first public draft of a glossary that aims to provide clear and simplified terminology for XBRL concepts, aimed at business users rather than software developers.
More than 900,000 financial statements were filed using XBRL at the Commercial Register of the Italian Chamber of Commerce in 2015.
XII’s Best Practices Board has published a new case study that outlines the business and technical considerations that went into Bank Indonesia’s assessment of XBRL as a reporting platform
Read a thank you to our many volunteers and learn more about our plans for 2016.
The Companies House and HMRC XBRL programmes are extremely successful, having been done in a way that is both very cost effective for filers and beneficial to those interested in utilising structured corporate data for analysis. Read two white papers by XBRL UK examining this success.
The IFRS Foundation has published guidance for regulators around the world looking to adopt the IFRS Taxonomy for the electronic filing of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) based financial statements.