A Deutsche Bank white paper published this month recognises the importance of regulators in driving innovation and the uptake of new technology in finance.
Strong, consistent semantics, data provenance and standardisation are, almost universally, poorly thought out inside large organisations. This makes the business of government harder than it should be. The XBRL standard can assist with many aspects of these problems.
Fintech-driven technology and process improvements are revolutionising the way information is collected, managed, published and used. Collaboration is key to making it all work.
We are interested in discovering where AI will get used to change the game in organisational performance monitoring and reporting.
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 […]
Organisations and individuals were recognized at the 2014 XBRL International Conference in Orlando for innovations in data collection and use, along with contributions to the success of the XBRL Standard and XBRL International.