Our jurisdictions around the world continue to break new ground in a range of activities, including XBRL research, experimentation and implementation. We would like to highlight just three here – but we would also love to hear your news from wherever you are in the world!
As support for greater and more consistent environmental, social and governance (ESG) disclosure gathers strength worldwide, the latest voice to join the chorus comes from Russia.
Over in the Taggings section of the XBRL International website we have a very interesting guest post from Stanislav Korop, Deputy Director Data Governance Department, Bank of Russia, on the activities and successes of XBRL Russia.
This is a guest post by Stanislav Korop, Deputy Director Data Governance Department, Bank of Russia. Since 2018, the Russian jurisdiction of XBRL International has been working to support and develop the use of XBRL in the Russian Federation. Over three years of activity, the Russian jurisdiction has become a key independent discussion platform for […]
Congratulations to our friends at the Bank of Russia! It has become the first regulator to collect data using the xBRL-CSV format, facilitating the submission, storage and analysis of large volumes of granular data.
This is a guest post by Stanislav Korop, Deputy Director Data Governance Department, Bank of Russia. It is based on his 15 April 2021 session at Data Amplified Virtual, catching us up on the Bank’s new xBRL-CSV framework, which has just been launched for Russian filers. Like many regulators we find ourselves wanting to collect […]
The Russian Ministry of Finance has released the ‘Interagency Working Group’s work plan for IFRS applications for 2021’, with a tantalising glimpse of XBRL unification. The working group will cover a wide range of issues relating to International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), which were endorsed for use in the Russian Federation in 2011 and have […]
The Bank of Russia has published a guide to help preparers make the reporting changes required by the recent adjustments to accounting standards and the Bank of Russia taxonomy. The instructions include changes to the forms, terms and procedures for compiling and submitting reports. Some affected submission dates have been extended due to the changes. […]
The Bank of Russia has released XBRL Taxonomy version 3.1, which replaces version 3.0 from 30 September 2019. The updated taxonomy contains adjusted control ratios and a number of improvements aimed mainly at the reporting of joint-stock investment funds and investment fund management companies, mutual funds and non-state pension funds. Read more here. It is mandatory for affected […]
The Central Bank of the Russian Federation has published its roadmap of strategies for developing more robust financial markets in that country. The document covers everything from improving the financial literacy of the general public, to improving access to capital, promoting transparency and participation in efforts to stabilise global markets.