In the realm of Inline XBRL, quality assurance is paramount. Xmetric Ltd recently released a report highlighting their lessons learnt in diagnosing and resolving quality matters in FRC-tagged accounts across the UK and Ireland. The report is designed to inspire and guide software vendors and preparers to soar to new heights in tagging quality.
The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has published its final rule on Cybersecurity Risk Management, Strategy, Governance, and Incident Disclosure by public companies.
The Israel Securities Authority (ISA) proposes introducing mandatory digital reporting in Inline XBRL, also known as iXBRL, from 2024.
The European Single Electronic Format (ESEF) project, which requires EU listed companies to publish annual reports in Inline XBRL, has seen highly designed, “glossy” reports being prepared in the structured data format for the first time.
Earlier this autumn the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) adopted a final rule designed to make it easier for investors and shareholders to access key information. Keen readers will remember the announcement, and this week leading law firm Kirkland & Ellis have published a new report summarising the requirements and results of the rule.
Further progress on transparency in sustainability reporting this week as Switzerland adopted an ordinance requiring mandatory, machine-readable climate disclosures based on the recommendations of the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD).
We’re pleased to announce that Papirix from Reporting Estándar has been approved as XBRL Certified Software.
The Autorité des marchés financiers (AMF), France’s stock market regulator, has made what it calls “a very positive assessment at the end of the first year” of European Single Electronic Format (ESEF) implementation.
Measures to reform the UK business registrar Companies House have been introduced to Parliament in part two of the Economic Crime Bill. They are intended to improve the company information available and help prevent economic crime.
The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has adopted a final rule on tailored shareholder reports for those mutual funds and exchange-traded funds classed as ‘open-end funds.’