Regulator moves to require use of the Inline XBRL standard for all public companies and investment funds listed on US markets. Move will enhance flow of decision-useful information to investors of all kinds, will lower costs and simplify external reporting over time.
Highlights from this week’s XBRL Asia Round Table included updates from the following regulators: The Malaysian Business Registrar (SSM) is rolling out the Malaysian Business Reporting System (MBRS) later this year. The system initially allows the submission of annual returns, financial statements and exemption statements, all in XBRL format. This is a phased mandate that will […]
The XART meeting heard from both the Taiwan Stock Exchange and the Malaysian Securities Commission yesterday about efforts to start to upgrade their reporting arrangements from “template” based XBRL to Inline XBRL for corporate reporting.
The Malaysian Securities Commission is using correlation indexing techniques to allow the regulator to match up reported financial performance, and stock price movements with news and other announcements that appear in the media and on the web. Structured meets unstructured in a single enterprise analytics framework – great innovation on display.
Next Week the US SEC will hold a public meeting of the Commission that will focus on Inline XBRL. Yesterday the Securities and Exchange Commission announced an open meeting to be held on June 28, 2018, which will cover two rule proposals with an XBRL component: whether to adopt amendments to rules and forms to require the […]
Companies listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) will soon be required to submit their annual financial results using Inline XBRL – a change that will begin on July 1st. The single new mandate will replace a number of potentially conflicting filing arrangements used in the past. Read more from Rob Davies, Minister of Trade […]
Head on over the to conference site for the slides now posted there. For example: Yoshiaki Wada and Dennis Knochenwefel on Trials in using No SQL techniques to strike a balance between change in taxonomies and power in data querying for XBRL analytics. Here. Matthias Pécot on analysing supervisory data using Hadoop. Here. Juan Alberto Sánchez‘s update on Supervisory […]
축하해요 or Gratulálok – or perhaps just congratulations – might be the words coming the IFRS Foundation’s way as they take their taxonomy further towards truly global applicability. In a move to support both Korean and Hungarian-speaking users of the IFRS Taxonomy, the foundation has now published translations of their taxonomies in both languages. The […]
XBRL International is pleased to announce that following relevant testing arrangements, Certent’s CDM has now achieved XBRL Certified Software status, with details available here. The software has met the stringent technical criteria that ensure the interoperability of XBRL Certified Software products. Details of all certified software can be found on our certification portal. Vendors of software holding […]
Next week the European XBRL community will converge on Warsaw to meet at the XBRL Europe/Eurofiling conference. Prior to the conference getting underway ESMA will host a “Meet the Market” discussion about the ESEF mandate. At the conference there will be an update from the European Commission’s EFTG project – a distributed index of corporate […]