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Point of View
Silicon Valley Bank losses hiding in plain sight
Campbell Pryde, President and CEO of XBRL US
The bank’s losses were not reported in face financials, but were easily available in the notes to the financials. And conveniently machine-readable because of XBRL tagging.
Public company accountants, financial service professionals, data providers, technologists, federal regulators and a growing number of industry groups view XBRL as an important component of transparency in the markets. These organizations support the business reporting standard by collaborating on XBRL US initiatives with other like-minded organizations and individuals. Learn about membership options for individuals and organizations and get started today.
XBRL Data Community
Join the growing number of professionals using the XBRL application programming interface (API) to get reported data and check reports before filing.
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Tools & Instructions
for FERC Filers
Electric utilities, gas pipeline companies, oil pipeline companies, centralized service companies and electric transmitting companies reporting to the FERC are required to submit Forms 1, 2, 2-A, 3-Q, 6, 6-Q, 60 and 714 in XBRL.
We’re providing sample documentation, guides and applications to use before becoming a FERC Filer Member, plus a list of comprehensive FERC-enabled products and services from XBRL US Members.
Standard Government Reporting
This XBRL US working group seeks to address standards related to state and local government annual financial reports by designing schemas and XBRL implementation(s) for open data reporting of state and local government actual financial results.