Understanding the big picture Identifying areas of risk including situations associated with inaccurate or untimely submissions Time saving review tips and tricks Industry best practice discussion Speakers: Chase Bongirno, Director of XBRL at Toppan Vintage Patrick Loughry, XBRL Subject Matter Expert at Toppan Vintage
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Accountants are sticklers for checking their work. They rely on disclosure and accounting checklists, and now on Data Quality Rules to catch errors in their XBRL financials. The XBRL US Data Quality Committee also performs periodic checks on their own work, and have proof that their rules and guidance are improving the accuracy of corporate XBRL financials.
Lou Rohman, Vice President, XBRL Services, Merrill Corporation; Chair, XBRL US Data Quality Committee
Accountants are sticklers for checking their work. The XBRL US Data Quality Committee also checks their own work, and now has proof that their rules and guidance are improving the accuracy of corporate XBRL financials.
Improving the quality of your company’s financial reports is a critical element to your job, but looming deadlines and disjointed workflows can make this task feel impossible. Even when time is not on your side, there are strategic processes you can implement today that will streamline your company’s financial reporting process while improving quality. Join […more]
2018 GAAP Financial Reporting Taxonomy/Shared Reporting Taxonomy Proposed Improvements and SEC Update
The Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) is holding a webcast to discuss proposed improvements to the 2018 GAAP Financial Reporting Taxonomy Release (2018 Taxonomy Release) for recently issued FASB Accounting Standards Updates and other projects; as well as the new for 2018 Shared Reporting Taxonomy. In addition, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission staff will […more]
Reporting supply chain participants – public company personnel and partners, regulators, analysts and researchers – know the value of telling a company’s story with standardized data. And now, XBRL Achievements are showing up on LinkedIn and other professional/social networking platforms to let colleagues and other professionals know who sets and keeps the pace in a transformed reporting environment.
The XBRL standard is a free, open, non-proprietary, financial data standard, developed and maintained by a global, not-for-profit standards body. Free and open standards are critical for governments and businesses looking to adopt a standard.
This half-day forum provides practical information about where you can get structured data on US and non-US companies, on who’s using this data today, and a step-by-step discussion on how to get started using XBRL data within your own organization.
Advance registration is required. XBRL US Members are invited to attend our Annual General Meeting and Luncheon prior to this event.
Attend this free webinar to learn about a new set of Data Quality Committee rules available for public comment until September 5, 2017. SEC registrants, accounting professionals and filing agents as well as tool and service providers should attend.
Financial reporting is changing! The new structured data (XBRL) format for disclosing financial information has significant impact to all SEC filers. The SEC is now consuming XBRL data with increasing frequency and sophistication and recently proposed a new Inline XBRL format. Are you up-to-speed on the new developments? Join us for this complimentary webinar and […more]