Giant Leap for Global Trust: GLEIF creates LEI Digital Certificates, uses Inline XBRL Annual Report to demonstrate.
GLEIF Annual Report demonstrates conversion from Adobe Indesign, ESEF taxonomy multi-lingual capabilities.
More and more markets around the world are shifting to Inline XBRL. Interesting news out of the SEC at the end of March – the US regulator will introduce mandated Inline XBRL tagging for the cover sheets of a number of key documents. Already shifting financial statement disclosures for SEC registrant public companies (both foreign […]
Regulator moves to require use of the Inline XBRL standard for all public companies and investment funds listed on US markets. Move will enhance flow of decision-useful information to investors of all kinds, will lower costs and simplify external reporting over time.
Here’s some of the details from the recent SEC decision to move to Inline XBRL for US market participants.
The XART meeting heard from both the Taiwan Stock Exchange and the Malaysian Securities Commission yesterday about efforts to start to upgrade their reporting arrangements from “template” based XBRL to Inline XBRL for corporate reporting.
At last week’s Warsaw meeting of the European XBRL community, Jon Rowden from PwC gave a talk on assurance and ESEF. To recap, once mandatory inline XBRL filings are being prepared by public companies in the EU, there is a need for independent review to help ensure that users (especially investors) can rely on them. Rowden reassured […]
South Africa is just a few weeks away from starting to cut over to Inline XBRL filing for its private and public companies. In a new video explaining the background and vision for the project, as well as the details of the upcoming changes, the CIPC summarises what’s happening in that country. Well worth the 5 […]
Nice write up this week from the FRC’s Thomas Toomse-Smith, in the Governance Institute’s online magazine, with a set of prescriptions for all those starting to get ready for the ESMA mandate for Inline XBRL filing. The FRC prescribes a strict regime of public-private collaboration. In short: regulators and standards setters need to work together […]
The massive EDGAR database serves up 1.5 billion copies of documents filed by public companies with the SEC each year, and these days 85% of those downloads are by ‘bots, not humans. That’s an important signal: regulatory data needs to be human and machine readable. Read more…