XII CEO John Turner spoke about the potential for XBRL to contribute to the Digital India Initiative with leading national newspaper, the Business Standard during his recent visit there to address the XBRL Asia Roundtable and the India XBRL National Conference.
At a short ceremony at the Reserve Bank of India on 22 January 2016, XBRL International presented India’s central bank with an award recognising the regulator’s ongoing innovation in leveraging the standard in pursuit of improved transparency and accountability. RBI has been using XBRL for several years for prudential data collections, covering some 97 risk […]
Read about some of the benefits the Reserve Bank of India has seen from XBRL, along with future plans for the standard.
The BSE will now collect Financial Results data in XBRL.
The RBI website now has aggregate data drawn from the 2013-2014 audited annual accounts of more than 250,000 Non-Government Non-Financial (NGNF) Private Limited Companies.
The next XBRL Asia Roundtable will be 21-22 January 2016 in Mumbai, india
The BSE (formerly the Bombay Stock Exchange) has announced that it will utilize XBRL for filing Shareholder Pattern disclosures, which divulge how a company’s shares are split among the entities that make up its owners.
For the purpose of development of taxonomy, insurance specific elements were identified and compiled as per the requirements of Insurance Act, circulars and regulations issued by the IRDA and various other statutory requirements and certain common practice elements based on annual reports of Insurance companies. Since the schedules for presentation of financial statements, laid down […]
For the financial years 2010-11 and 2011-12 a total of 2,90,39 and 2,57,86 companies respectively have filed their Balance Sheet using the revised XBRL norms with the India Ministry of Corporate Affairs. Read more.
In an editorial, The Economic Times calls on India to move more quickly towards implementation of IRFS, and that further use of XBRL should be encouraged to “avoid ambiguity and achieve greater transparency”. The editorial goes on to say that “Reform in financial reporting is overdue, and the government must go the whole hog”.