Dutch SBR head Rob Kuipers discusses the unique public/private partnership that is cutting red tape for business in the Netherlands.
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There is now an English language version of “Challenging the Chain” available as a free digital download. The book examines the background and journey taken in the Netherlands around their SBR program. From the publisher: Challenging the Chain” describes the journey of SBR from challenge to solution. Specialists in the field – flanked by academics – […]
XBRL Netherlands is celebrating its 12th anniversary with a one day event on the added value and applications of XBRL for business and Government
XII Chair Cees de Boer explains how collaboration to launch SBR in the Netherlands has created a virtuous circle of improvement that has enhanced reporting at all levels.
XBRL Sweden is hosting a single day event open to discuss the benefits on standard business reporting and how to further develop the use of XBRL for business reporting in the Nordic countries.
The Netherlands Institute of Chartered Accountants has developed a “Uniform Presentation” (UP) specification so that XBRL instance data is displayed the same or nearly identically when created by different software applications.
A recently completed pilot program conducted by the Netherlands Institute of Chartered Accountants tested the use of digitally signed auditor’s reports.
The Netherlands SBR Program has published the first beta version (9.0.b.1) the 2015 SBR Taxonomy 2015. Along with the addition of inheritance tax declarations, a highlight of the new taxonomy is a simplification of the interface for filing statistical information. The SBR effort in the Netherlands continues to show the way forward in terms of cross […]
Dutch banking giant ING has announced that from 1 January 2015 it will offer discounts on loan and credit applications for SME customers in the Netherlands who provide XBRL versions of financial statements through the Dutch SBR platform.