The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) have released a framework to help clear up the confusionsurrounding buying and selling digital assets eg. initial coin offerings (ICOs) and cryptocurrencies. Yes, the market for crypto assets has crashed, but there is still a trickle of activity! Perhaps anticipating increased interest in the future, numerous regulators have published, […]
The Ukrainian National Securities and Stock Market Commission announced this week that it has signed a MOU, together with its international partners from USAID and the EU’s FINSTAR program, to procure and implement a new Inline XBRL based Financial Reporting System, covering public companies, the financial sector as well as a range of large enterprises. As […]
In this guest post from Mohini Singh, the CFA Institute suggests a number of measures to improve XBRL filing for Issuers and Regulators alike, in the US and other countries.
A very interesting report from FINRA was released on Wednesday, identifying areas that need to be considered by Securities Industry participants that are exploring the use of DLT, or Distributed Ledger Technology, to replace traditional centralised infrastructure. The paper concentrates on clearing and settlement and asks a series of questions about aspects of the ongoing […]
The European Securities and Markets Authority has announced that starting in 2020, public companies that prepare consolidated IFRS financial statements will provide them in Inline XBRL.
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recent report by the European Commission highlights the need to accelerate reform through the completion of the first set of Capital Markets Union initiatives in order to “ensure easier access to finance for businesses and to support investment in the real economy”.
The Australian Securities & Investments Commission (ASIC) thinks that increased sharing of data could ease reporting burdens on business and improve the agency’s ability to meet its regulatory objectives. We agree.
The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has released a discussion paper examining the implications of Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) when applied to securities markets, including the possible benefits, risks and challenges.