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South Korea: FSC calls for Open Data Access

At a recent forum the Financial Services Commission (FSC) Vice Chairman Sohn Byung-doo called on industry players to ‘open up their data assets as much as possible’ to enable innovation in financial services.

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Korea’s FSC to focus on Digital

In a speech at the opening of Online Korea Fintech Week Korea’s Financial Services Commission (FSC) chairman Eun Sung-soo outlined the regulator’s plans to peruse digital and big-data based innovation. The plan is designed to support the government’s “New Deal” project to accelerate the adoption of digital technologies across the economy. The regulator plans to […]

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South Korea Launch Data Exchange

South Korea’s Financial Services Commission (FSC) has announced the imminent launch of the country’s first data exchange – which will serve as a platform for data providers and users to buy and sell data. The launch came close on the heels of the National Assembly relaxing regulations on the use of personal data and should […]

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Korean Language Labels

Korean Language Labels for the IFRS Taxonomy are now available. XBRL taxonomies are modular definitions that can include labels in many different languages. This capability allows the automatic translation of disclosed reporting captions from the original language of the preparer to any or all target languages for which those labels have been developed. Official translations […]

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XBRL Korea Conference

14th April, 2016

XBRL Korea Annual Conference 14 April 2016 Seoul, Korea XBRL Korea, the Korea Accounting Institute and the KICPA are examining the impact on business reporting by AI and other trends such as Big Data in detail. The event will also identify opportunities for using structured data in conjunction with these emerging technologies to enhance the value […]

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Doing Business 2016 World Rankings Released

Of the top ten countries rated by the World Bank as the most friendly to business, all leverage XBRL to some extent in their regulatory reporting.

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