The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) recently issued a brief data quality reminder on the prevalence of incorrect dates.
A helpful new post from Paul Hastings LLP, shared by Toppan Merrill, explores the new filing fee disclosure requirements introduced by the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) last year.
There is a feast of food for thought in a recent pair of in-depth interviews in the Winter 2021 issue of ThinkTWENTY20, exploring how XBRL supports more meaningful corporate financial reports in regulatory filings, providing better insights and transparency to the marketplace.
Did you catch our story in December on the forthcoming introduction of Inline XBRL-based digital tax reporting for business by the Hong Kong Inland Revenue Department (IRD)?
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.
It is rapidly becoming clear that Inline XBRL is now the new normal for corporate reporting. The European Single Electronic Format (ESEF), discussed elsewhere in this newsletter, might be this year’s biggest attention-grabber but it is by no means the only game in town.
The Hong Kong Inland Revenue Department (IRD) looks set to launch Inline XBRL-based digital tax reporting for business within the next 18 months. An new consultation paper sets out progress so far and proposals for moving forward.
The XBRL Standards Board has approved the publication of an initial Public Working Draft of the Calculations 1.1 specification and an accompanying requirements document.
Toppan Merrill have recently released a series of four very short videos, drawn from their September webinar on the question of ‘12 Years After the SEC Mandate. Has it All Been Worth it?’ – to which, of course, the answer is yes!
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has recently released two key pieces of updated guidance on structured reporting for issuers in the UK using the Inline XBRL-based European Single Electronic Format (ESEF).