The Corporate Actions Working Group is an XBRL International group, responsible for standardizing the transmission and consumption of corporate actions events.
The Future of Business Reporting The international conference that brings together the key players involved in the future of business reporting will be held 22-24 October in Shanghai, with an extra Members day on 21 October. Regulators, policymakers, accounting and business professionals will meet to debate, discuss, update and celebrate the way performance in all […more]
The Future of Business Reporting is here!
The international conference that brings together the key players involved in the future of business reporting will be held online this year.
The Future of Business Reporting Expanding analytics, big data, AI and machine learning technologies are opening up brand new opportunities. Collaboration on definitions, identity and data exchange has never been more important. On top of that, the XBRL standard itself is modernizing. Top flight keynotes, exceptional networking and the opportunity to shape the agenda for […more]
The Future of Business Reporting Lead the way to digital, integrated, decision-useful information. Lead your organisation to the future of business reporting. Converge on Paris, November 6-8 for Data Amplified 2017. This year’s most important event for professionals impacted by, and making an impact with the digitisation of business reporting. The world’s leading thinkers and […more]
Immerse yourself in the future of business reporting. Explore the intersection of regulation, technology and business. How does structured data combine with new technology? Create new data insights, new confidence and new decision capabilities.
XBRL Canada is holding a seminar on May 15, 2015 presented by Campbell Pryde, the President and CEO of XBRL US. The event will be held at the Offices of CPA Canada in Toronto on May 15, 2015, from 9:00AM – 12:00 PM (noon). Mr Pryde will show how certain regulators and stock exchanges around the world are considering the use of XBRL to streamline the reporting of Corporate Actions.
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.
Program Highlights Download presentation Structured data (XBRL) to improve accuracy and timeliness, and reduce cost in the corporate actions process Join us at the XBRL and Corporate Actions Forum to discuss how XBRL can improve the corporate actions process. Today’s corporate actions messaging is manual and inefficient, rife with potential errors, high costs and lack of timeliness. The […more]
Over 5.3M corporate actions were processed in 2015, according to The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC). Most announcements are processed manually, resulting in errors, time delays and unnecessary cost, negatively affecting investors across the financial community. Business Case for XBRL in Corporate Actions XBRL enables straight-through-processing by electronically capturing standardized data directly from issuers […more]