In this issue: U.S vs International Sales at Large Filers. Early look at large banks’ 2016 revenue streams. Revenue and PPE trends in retail. Sizing the FCPA pipeline. FASB proposes tweaks to debt classification. Look, a non-GAAP enforcement action!
News from XBRL International
- Commercial Credit is being Transformed with SBR - February 17, 2017
- Users welcome iXBRL decision by ESMA - February 17, 2017
- AI to boost regulator in Denmark? - February 17, 2017
- Banking Taxonomy for Review - February 10, 2017
- Actually, the Facts Show… - February 10, 2017
January 2017 Regulatory & Legislative News ESMA Announces Inline XBRL Requirement Securities and Exchange Commission Publishes Updated EDGAR Filer Manual Securities and Exchange Commission Updates Inline XBRL Viewer XBRL US News 3rd Set of Approved Data Quality Committee Rules Published Covering Over 3,300 US GAAP Concepts XBRL US and Consensys Form Working Group to […more]
The freely-available rules and guidance developed by an industry coallaborative help public companies detect inconsistencies or errors in their XBRL-formatted financial data. Several tools are certified for implementation of the approved rules.
Version 3 of the freely-available rules and guidance developed by an industry collaborative and effective January 1, 2017 helps public companies detect inconsistencies or errors in their XBRL-formatted financial data.
Several tools are certified for implementation of the approved rules.
In this issue: Walmart anti-corruption costs. Walmart has been mired in a long-running investigation of possible bribery to secure permits in Mexico, India, and elsewhere. Just how much money has this cost the world’s largest company since the investigation began in 2011? At least $820 million—a number you can find quickly and easily in the […more]
Formats are sometimes mistaken as financial data standards by regulators, government agencies and businesses. It’s a misunderstanding with significant consequences for comprehensive, comparable, interoperable data collection and use.
The Australian government and business saves $1.1 billion every year thanks to a program introduced seven years ago that brought financial data standards into the business to government reporting process. Translated to the American economy, which has a GDP 10 times the size of Australia, the adoption of the right format, information and identifiers – a financial data standard – has the potential to create $11 billion in savings across the US economy.
In this issue: Predictive analysis and going concern warnings. A new standard goes into effect this month to impose more discipline around how companies assess their ability to continue as a going concern. Calcbench did an experiment to see how quickly we could identify filers with multiple poor financial metrics—which, in turn, could help analysts […more]
Every once in awhile a data collection process comes along that is ripe for standardization – the Department of Labor’s (DOL) Form 5500 Annual Report for pension fund data is one such system. The DOL’s Employee Benefits Securities Administration (EBSA) published proposal to modernize the data collection process of the annual report and corresponding schedules, with an eye towards giving data users the ability to perform better analysis of individual plans, multi-plan comparisons and trends; aid the agencies efforts at enforcement and at monitoring compliance issues; assist auditors; and provide new research opportunities.
November 2016 Regulatory & Legislative News SEC Chair Mary Jo White Announces Plans to Resign SEC Commissioner Stein Presents Vision for Data at the SEC SEC Publishes Draft EDGAR Filer Manual SEC Updates Inline XBRL Viewer XBRL US News Corporate Actions Message in Inline XBRL Created by XBRL US Standards in Solar Financial Reporting: […more]