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We evaluate every financial report submitted to the SEC in XBRL format with Data Quality Committee checks and XBRL US SEC Filer Member Rules as soon as the reports are made available. Browse the list of most-recent filings, search for your favorite company to see how well they’ve done historically to create quality XBRL, or learn more about error rates over time for a selection of approved Data Quality Committee Rules.
Campbell Pryde, President and CEO, XBRL US
Conducting simple queries, like identifying the filings that contain the most reported facts, used to be extremely time-consuming and labor-intensive to perform. Today, the availability of structured, machine-readable (XBRL) data and the XBRL API makes getting answers – using simple or complex queries – EASY.
Attend this one-hour session to learn about the 7th Approved Ruleset for US GAAP filers and the 8th Proposed Ruleset for IFRS filers, how to implement them, and how you can weigh in on final standards that are set.
Analysts, commercial providers & investors invited to December 12 webinar to learn more XBRL US announced today the launch of a free API (Application Program Interface) standard in a Proposed Release, to create, extract and analyze XBRL formatted, computer-readable data. The API is designed to work with any XBRL database or taxonomy. The XBRL API […more]
Attend this free, one-hour webinar to learn the difference between Inline XBRL and conventional XBRL and how to handle these issues in your own filing.
Attend this one-hour session to learn about 12 new Data Quality Committee rules and 2 guidance documents, how to implement them, and how you can weigh in on final standards that are set.
Attend this free, one-hour webinar to hear from the Securities and Exchange Commission about the new SEC rule on Inline XBRL for operating companies and funds.
SEC Commissioner Robert J. Jackson to Keynote XBRL Investor Forum, November 8, 2018, in New York City
SEC Commissioner Robert J. Jackson to keynote XBRL Investor Forum 2018: Powering Fintech, November 8 in New York City. The event is hosted by Baruch College’s Zicklin School of Business, with sponsorship by CFA Institute and CFA Society New York.
US lawmakers should reject the suggestion that smaller listed companies’ Fintech-friendly data be replaced with paper. It would be like telling smaller film makers that they can’t use Netflix anymore, but instead need to market their work on VHS tape.