Inline XBRL was approved by the SEC for operating companies and fund companies. Find out how Inline XBRL works.
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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.
XBRL US applauds the decision by the Securities and Exchange Commission to adopt Inline XBRL for operating companies and funds.
On June 28, 2018, the SEC approved, in a 4 to 1 vote, a final rule transitioning operating companies and funds to Inline XBRL. The SEC also noted that XBRL will continue to be part of disclosure controls and procedures and that there is no change in assurance requirements (XBRL is not subject to assurance). […more]
This meeting includes two agenda items in which the Commission will consider adoption of amendments related to XBRL – the use of the Inline XBRL format for the submission of operating company financial statement information and fund risk/return summary information and related changes; and, Form N-PORT and Form N-1A related to disclosures of liquidity risk management for open end management investment companies.
The US Securities and Exchange Commission’s Scott Baugess recently spoke at the Financial Information Management Conference 2018. Read selected passages from the address or get the link to the full transcript.
XBRL US comment letter supports the use of standards for Industry Guide 3 disclosures by bank holding companies as outlined in SEC proposal.
XBRL US submits comment letter supporting the SEC proposal on transitioning operating companies and mutual funds to Inline XBRL and provides feedback on challenges that should be considered when setting timing for the start date of the proposal.
The proposed amendments are intended to improve the data’s quality, benefiting investors, other market participants, and other data users, and to decrease, over time, the cost of preparing the data for submission to the Commission.
Comments are due by Tuesday, May 16, 2017.
How companies report their financials can have a big impact on investing, and ultimately on the economy. That’s why issuers, analysts, investors and data analytics providers, as well as XBRL tool and service providers should comment on the SEC’s new rule proposal for Inline XBRL.