The International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) Foundation has issued its annual XBRL taxonomy updates for financial reporting, publishing the IFRS Accounting Taxonomy 2022 this week.
Our collection of ESEF filings has tipped over into four figures and beyond, with the total standing at 1,365 as of 17 March. We aim to make it easy to find and access ESEF data, currently a complex process due to varying publishing mechanisms in different countries.
The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has proposed significant new rules on cybersecurity risk management, strategy, governance, and incident reporting by public companies.
The XBRL Standards Board has approved the promotion of the Assertion Severity 2.0 specification to Proposed Recommendation status, helping XBRL users to apply data quality rules in highly flexible ways.
On 28 February, the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA) issued its latest taxonomy update.
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.
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).
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.
The Eurofiling Foundation has updated the Eurofiling Taxonomy, which provides support to numerous taxonomies that deploy the Data Point Model (DPM).
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.