As part of the Securities and Exchange Board of India’s (SEBI) ongoing efforts to introduce structured data in stock exchanges and for business information, last week the regulator published a summary document for filing Initial Public Offer (IPO) information in XBRL.
This week the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) finalised the new rule, Shortening the Securities Transaction Settlement Cycle, which will require Inline XBRL tagging for annual reports filed by central matching service providers (CMSP).
Toppan Merrill’s Bartek Czajka has brought together some great insights on the keys to success in European Single Electronic Format (ESEF) filings, drawing on his experience of the first year of full ESEF implementation across Europe.
In case you missed it, Accountancy Europe’s third ‘ESEF in Practice’ webinar, held with event partners Toppan Merrill and Workiva, is now available to view in full online, along with a brief event recap.
The Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA) has announced that the country has concluded its first digital reporting period under the European Single Electronic Format (ESEF).
Indonesia’s Directorate General of Taxes (Direktorat Jenderal Pajak) has recently nominated 37 companies, registered at 10 different tax offices, to submit their tax returns using XBRL.
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.
Filing season is well underway in what is the first year of the European Single Electronic Format (ESEF) mandate in many countries, obliging companies to report digitally using Inline XBRL.
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.
2021 has seen the initial implementation of the Inline XBRL-based European Single Electronic Format (ESEF) for financial reporting across Europe. This shared, machine-readable format aims to make European data consistent and comparable and offers potentially important insights.