We evaluate every European Single Electronic Format (ESEF) financial report posted to XBRL International’s Filings Index with Data Quality Rules contributed by the Data Quality Committee. Browse the list of most-recent filing or search for your favorite company to see how well they’ve done to create high-quality XBRL financials. SEC Filers can view similar results for reports.
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Join the XBRL US Team to find out what’s new with the XBRL Filed Data add-in, XBRL API, and resources available that anyone can use to explore the deep, growing pool of standardized financial data produced in XBRL. Topics covered will include: demonstration of updates in the XBRL Filed Data add-in for Excel and Google […more]
By David Tauriello, Vice President of Operations, XBRL US “… consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds … “ -Ralph Waldo Emerson As Emerson suggested, consistency in thought can limit imagination and innovation – consistency in data is a different story altogether. In the last six months, the global financial data environment has seen an […more]
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) made an announcement today concerning enhancements to open data access including a new API that allows users to aggregate XBRL financial data. Read the release. Access the documentation.
We’ve updated our XBRL Filed Data Add-in for Excel – join the XBRL US Team for a look at what’s new. Take better control over data returned by queries created in the taskpane; select new output options from a greater number of endpoints, and use the validate functionality to check SEC filings for DQC and SEC Filer Member rulesets.
Plus, we’ll take a look at recent enhancements to Tools for SEC Filers, the XBRL API and your questions on techniques, suggestions for enhancement and all things related to standardized financial data.
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced that the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) has published an implementation guide for Financing Receivable and Current Expected Credit Loss (CECL) Disclosures, and a proposed Taxonomy Implementation NOTE (TIN) Guide. The public comment period for both guides will end on July 26, 2021.
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced that a new EDGAR Structured Disclosure API is available for Beta Testing. The API includes entity information and submission history and XBRL data from financial statements in JSON format. Read more in the API Documentation.
XBRL data can now be used through a Microsoft Excel Add-in! Joint us for this webinar to learn how to get started with the XBRL Filed Data Add-in for Microsoft Excel in M365 and Office 365. We’ll also discuss how the XBRL API can be used for: whole document text search fact text search fixes […more]
The XBRL US Data Quality Committee (DQC) develops and publishes validation rules for SEC Filings. This secure tool is a free service from XBRL US for all public companies and XBRL US Organizational Members. Individuals responsible for filing XBRL with the SEC should use this free service on their company’s files before submitting documents to the […more]
The XBRL API (Application Program Interface) is a set of endpoints developed to help data users access timely, highly granular, structured XBRL data. This standardized API allows developers and data utilities, with limited XBRL knowledge, to learn a single interface to access data from any database that contains XBRL data. The XBRL API is a […more]