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Inline XBRL: Understanding the Final SEC Rule

8th August, 2018

XBRL US is organising a webinar on US Securities and Exchange Commission’s final rule for Inline XBRL for operating companies and funds on 8th August 2018. The webinar will explain the specifics of the rule, the rationale for the rule, and the impact it is expected to have on both issuers and data consumers. Speakers include staff […]

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Paper lies down?

The US House Financial Services Committee this week set out a host of measures designed to simplify or roll back a number of regulations in that country. It did not include H.R. 5054, a bill that sought to restrict the transparency and openness of corporate reporting by requiring the SEC to exempt a large number of smaller […]

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Smaller US Companies Can’t Stay Analog in a Digital World

Like other public markets, the US is seeing a slow decline in the number of public companies in its markets, with de-registrations outstripping registrations again in 2017. Healthy public markets are a concern, and the exact reasons for the decline appears to be a complex mix of: the macro-economic climate (debt is cheap) increasingly sophisticated […]

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XBRL US: Public Review for IFRS Validation Rules

Fed up providing feedback on new taxonomy releases and validation rules? We thought not. And just as well. The XBRL US Data Quality Committee (DQC) this week announced that it has initiated a public review period for its sixth-set of freely available proposed rules, which now includes rules for foreign private issuers (FPI) filing using the […]

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Investor Forum

1st November, 2017

Smart analysts and investors leverage structured data to improve efficiency, reduce costs and increase the accuracy of analysis. This half-day forum on 1st November 2017 provides practical information about where you can get structured data on US and non-US companies, on who’s using this data today, and a step-by-step discussion on how to get started […]

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The start of Better Data for Project Finance

This week, the SunSpec Alliance and XBRL US announced the launch of a 30-day public review period for the initial draft of their Orange Button taxonomy for solar financing. The taxonomy, developed as part of the U.S. Department of Energy SunShot Initiative’s Orange Button program aims to make it easier to aggregate and share data about […]

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More Bank Data in XBRL?

The US SEC continues to move forward with a digital agenda that seems to have the dual aims of enhancing the regulator’s effectiveness, as well as improving the analytically useful information available to investors and markets. The Commission announced earlier this month a Request for Comment on a set of changes to the Statistical Disclosures […]

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Getting Data To Markets

How does structured data get used by capital market giants like Thomson Reuters? Listen in to the discussion between Workiva’s Mike Starr, Merrill Corporation’s Lou Rohman and Gladimyr Sully, a data aggregation expert from Thomson Reuters. The one hour webinar is now available and covers key aspects of ensuring digital disclosures meet the needs of […]

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XBRL Analytics

Learn more about the way that institutional investors in the United States use XBRL data. XBRL US is running a free webinar on 22 February, including a presentation from data giant Thomson Reuters.  The session will cover the ways that investment houses, both buy-side and sell-side, use corporate financial statement data and how the advent […]

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Third Round of DQC Rules Released. 

XBRL US’s DQC Committee Releases New Tranche of Machine Executable Rules.

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