Spring in the Northern Hemisphere brings new life – and important annual taxonomy updates!
The wild days seem to be over for special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs), at least in the US.
At an open meeting on Monday, the US SEC put forward landmark new rules on mandatory climate-related disclosures, to be digitally tagged using Inline XBRL, in proposals described by Chair Gary Gensler as “driven by the needs of investors and issuers.”
The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has proposed significant new rules on cybersecurity risk management, strategy, governance, and incident reporting by public companies.
Paul Munter, Acting Chief Accountant at the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), has published commentary on restatements and when errors should be considered material.
It will not have escaped our readers’ notice that it is annual report season in the US – and many other jurisdictions.
The US Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) last year ran a consultation on its future standard-setting agenda, receiving feedback from over 500 stakeholders that it is in the process of considering.
“The public now has access to critical information about security-based swap transactions, including the key economic terms, price, and notional value,” said Gary Gensler, Chair of the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in a recent statement.
Did you know that the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has a set of detailed FAQs dealing with XBRL filings, which has recently been updated?
Two recent proposals from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) include structured reporting elements, as the regulator continues to expand its implementation of Inline XBRL and makes it increasingly de rigueur for new disclosure rules.