Vendors take note! The Dutch central bank (DNB) has published a request for information (RFI) on XBRL software.
The XBRL Board of Directors has approved the promotion of the Assertion Severity 2.0 specification to Recommendation status, offering XBRL users valuable flexibility in applying data quality rules.
Colombia’s Superintendencia de Sociedades – or Supersociedades – the government entity that supervises commercial companies, has published its annual report on the country’s 1,000 largest companies, showing a healthy economic performance during 2021.
Our readers will be aware of the innovative project between the University of Michigan Center for Local, State, and Urban Policy (CLOSUP) and XBRL US exploring how digital data standards can improve transparency in local government reporting and ultimately lead to better governance.
The Central Bank of Ireland has published its latest XBRL Taxonomy, version 2.1. It forms part of the Bank’s updated reporting requirements for Electronic Money Institutions (EMIs) and Payment Institutions (PIs).
Should the ‘X’ in ‘XBRL’ be capitalised? How do different XBRL-related terms relate to different specifications and formats? And what do we mean by xBRL-XML?
Should the ‘X’ in ‘XBRL’ be capitalised? How do different terms relate to different specifications and formats? And what do we mean by xBRL-XML? These are questions we are sometimes asked, so we thought it was time for a quick clarification. For more on essential XBRL-related terms, the XBRL Glossary is also an indispensable resource. […]
The presentations are now online for XBRL Netherlands’ recent webinar setting out the respective roles and activities of XBRL International, XBRL Europe and XBRL Netherlands itself. It also provided a useful catch-up on current work and future plans.
The transition to XBRL by the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), for regulatory reporting by energy utilities, is one of the many interesting frontiers in digital reporting right now.
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has published the final report of its Regulations Review Authority (RRA) 2.0, established in 2021 to streamline reporting requirements and reduce regulatory burdens.