XBRL International Calls for Global Working Group to Define Standards for Corporate Actions Reporting

The XBRL International Standards Board (XSB) today issued a call to financial regulators and listed company filers to form a global “Corporate Actions Working Group” to define XBRL taxonomies for standardizing the transmission and consumption of corporate actions events allowing straight through processing through the world’s financial systems. This project will build on the work initiated by the Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC), SWIFT and XBRL US in 2009 that resulted in development of a draft taxonomy and business plan.

XBRL US Announces XBRL and Corporate Actions Conference, NY City, December 10, 2012

Results from corporate actions pilot and other XBRL implementations to be presented XBRL US announced today, plans for a ½ day conference on XBRL and Corporate Actions to be held on December 10, 2012 in New York City, which will be co-sponsored by the Asset Managers Forum of SIFMA (Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association). […more]

XBRL US Publishes 2012 Corporate Actions Taxonomy Release for Public Review

New release updated for ADR pilot and active ISO 20022 corporate actions message standard New York, NY May 17, 2012 – XBRL US announced today that it had published the second release of the Corporate Actions Taxonomy for public review and comment. The new release has been updated to accommodate the active ISO 20022 standard […more]

BNY Mellon Depositary Receipts Will Take Part in Pilot Program Using XBRL for Corporate Actions

Program to Evaluate Straight-Through Processing Efficiencies, Shareholder Benefits using Depositary Receipts New York, NY September 20, 2011 – The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC), SWIFT and XBRL US have announced an expansion of the XBRL pilot program to research the costs and benefits of transforming corporate actions processing. BNY Mellon’s Depositary Receipts business will […more]

XBRL US Launches XBRL for Corporate Actions Taxonomy

XBRL US today announced that the Corporate Actions Taxonomy, which can be used to report corporate actions announcements and events, has been finalized and is available for use.The taxonomy is a collection of data tags that are aligned with elements of the ISO 20022 global corporate actions standard.It was developed as part of the Issuer […more]

Citi Securities and Fund Services’ Managing Director Alan Smith to Join XBRL US Board of Directors

Citi Global Transaction Services and XBRL US, the nonprofit consortium for XBRL business reporting standards in the U.S. market, announced today that Alan Smith, Managing Director, Citi Securities and Fund Services (SFS), is joining the board of directors of XBRL US. In his current role at Citi, Mr. Smith is responsible for Citi’s Agency and […more]

XBRL US Launches Program to Expand Adoption in U.S. Markets

PHILADELPHIA, November 9, 2010 — XBRL US, the national consortium for XML business reporting standards, announced today an initiative to increase the momentum behind XBRL implementations in the United States. The program, which was announced at the XBRL US National Conference: The Path to Transparency, in Philadelphia, PA, takes a two-pronged approach to expanding XBRL […more]


XBRL and Financial Analysis Conference 2013

About the Program Attend this free investor event featuring keynote speakers Agnes Grunfeld, CFA, MD, GMI Ratings and Dan Gode, Professor, Clinical Associate Professor of Accounting, NYU Stern School of Business, plus speakers from the Securities and Exchange Commission and the investment community at this free event for analysts and investors. This event will cover […more]


XBRL Data Forum 2012

Join us at the Hilton in Downtown Austin Texas on September 11 for a day of dialogue and discovery about managing XBRL data and databases, creating XBRL applications and the opportunities XBRL presents for developers. Your registration includes all of the following programming content outlined below – including National Conference Keynotes and the XBRL Value […more]

Case for Corporate Actions Automation

Read the results of a business case advocating a transformation in the way corporate actions announcements are communicated in the United States, allowing investors to receive information on such corporate actions as mergers, dividends, stock splits and other events in a more timely, accurate and less costly way, directly as specified by the issuer or […more]