XBRL Sweden (or XBRL SE) has released the results of its latest survey, carried out from November 2021 to February 2022, on digital signature services.
As the first financial reports produced using the European Single Electronic Format (ESEF) are filed across Europe, we’ve been taking a little tour of the continent to find out how early implementation is unfolding – and this week we’re in Sweden.
XBRL Sweden has seen significant growth over the past 3 years, now boasting 39 organisational members across the reporting supply chain, including key regulators, government agencies, accounting organisations and firms, as well as big and small software vendors and consultants. At yesterday’s XBRL Sweden meeting held in EY’s headquarters in Stockholm there was a set […]
Sweden is restarting its efforts with structured data reporting using XBRL.
Economic Development and Innovation Minister Mikael Damberg announced recently that the Swedish government is going to start pushing firms towards digital submission of financial reports, with the aim of making such practice mandatory in 2018.
XBRL Sweden, in cooperation with the Tax Agency, the Swedish Companies Registration Office, Statistics Sweden and the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority is hosting a conference on SBR
After last year’s successful approval of XBRL as an official Swedish standard, XBRL Sweden has been working on the groundwork for SBR reporting in that country.
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.