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XBRL US comments on Pay versus Performance

XBRL US has responded to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) request for comment on its proposal on Pay versus Performance, which was recently reopened.

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EBA publishes first instalment of reporting framework 3.2

The European Banking Authority (EBA) has published the first phase of version 3.2 of its reporting framework. It comes with a technical package to support implementation, including updated XBRL taxonomies, validation rules, and the Data Point Model (DPM).

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UK to mandate XBRL at Companies House as it tackles corporate transparency

The UK has this week brought forward two significant measures aimed at increasing corporate transparency with regard to company ownership and cutting down on economic crime. It will introduce mandatory Inline XBRL at business registrar Companies House.

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Eurofiling releases new version of taxonomy to aid validation

The Eurofiling Foundation has updated the Eurofiling Taxonomy, which provides support to numerous taxonomies that deploy the Data Point Model (DPM).

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A global view and policy insights on XBRL implementation

There’s a tremendous amount for readers to get their teeth into in a report out this week from CPA Australia and the University of Adelaide, titled ‘Digital corporate reporting: Global experiences from the G20 and implications for policy formulation,’ by Prof Indrit Troshani and Dr Nick Rowbottom.

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Calculations 1.1: Call for Implementations

The Calculations 1.1 specification has this week reached Candidate Recommendation status, following approval by the XBRL Standards Board. Its promotion is accompanied by a Call for Implementations.

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SEC updates FAQs on digital reporting process

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?

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ESEF regulatory authorities and OAMs listed

With the Inline XBRL-based European Single Electronic Format (ESEF) now mandatory for financial reporting across the EU, Toppan Merrill has come up with a resource that many of us may wish to refer to.

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SEC proposes further new applications of Inline XBRL

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.

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Update to IFRS Accounting Taxonomy

IFRS users take note – the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) has issued an update to the IFRS Accounting Taxonomy 2021.

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