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Inline XBRL and testing opportunities: XBRL US comments on SEC agenda

XBRL US has written to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), providing feedback on its semiannual regulatory agenda and urging it to make time for testing.

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ESMA updates ESEF Reporting Manual

The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has published the latest version of its ESEF Reporting Manual, expanding existing guidance and reflecting developments in the technical specifications.

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ASIC gets the lowdown on the benefits of digital reporting

Should Australia go digital, and why? A recent webinar on digital financial reporting from the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) covered international developments in reporting and opportunities for Australia – and makes worthwhile viewing whether or not you’re Down Under!

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From the US to Europe: Mohini Singh offers lessons on digital filings

Europe is at the start of a learning curve as it implements Inline XBRL reporting in the form of the European Single Electronic Format (ESEF).

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Redundant labels and HTML formatting: concluding our series on ESEF errors

This week we bring you two final (for now) posts in our series on ‘ESEF Errors and Common Pitfalls’, from XBRL International’s Guidance Manager Revathy Ramanan.

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SEC completes transition to Inline XBRL

The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has made the final step in its transition from (traditional) XBRL to Inline XBRL, with smaller companies now joining the fold.

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ESEF Errors and Common Pitfalls: 7 – HTML formatting

This is part of a series on common errors and pitfalls in ESEF filings, observed in our analysis of hundreds of reports collected in our repository, at filings.xbrl.org. For the series introduction, start here. Inline XBRL embeds XBRL tags into an HTML document, resulting in a single document that enables filers to provide computer-readable data whilst retaining significant control […]

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ESEF Errors and Common Pitfalls: 6 – Redundant Labels

This is part of a series on common errors and pitfalls in ESEF filings, observed in our analysis of hundreds of reports collected in our repository, at filings.xbrl.org. For the series introduction, start here. ESMA’s ESEF taxonomy contains taxonomy element labels in all official EU languages. ESEF reports are expected to use these ESMA taxonomy labels for base taxonomy […]

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Incorrect dates: Another common ESEF issue

Dating problems don’t only plague those seeking the perfect partner – they can also cause angst for filers in pursuit of a flawless ESEF report! This week we bring you another post from XBRL International Guidance Manager Revathy Ramanan in her series on common errors in European Single Electronic Format (ESEF) filings and what to do about […]

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Some thoughts on UKSEF from PwC

What is UKSEF, how does it relate to European standards, and should companies use it? The UK has its own Inline XBRL format and taxonomy, the UK Single Electronic Format (UKSEF), an analogue to the European Single Electronic Format (ESEF).

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