XBRL US submitted a letter to the Securities and Exchange Commission commenting on their request to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) to extend their current data collection process for Form N-CEN. Form N-CEN is required to be reported by investment companies using a custom XML schema. Form N-CEN contains a limited amount of […more]
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In this issue:
- Delta’s bad luck on investments
- Egg prices cracked, and Cal-Maine got fried
- On the rise: loan loss provisions
- Rolling up on toilet paper sales
- Looking at Q2 coronavirus disclosures
The proposal on Tailored Shareholder Reports, Treatment of Annual Prospectus Updates for Existing Investors, and Improved Fee and Risk Disclosure for Mutual Funds and Exchange-Traded Funds; Fee Information in Investment Company Advertisements addresses rule and form amendments to modernize the disclosure framework for open-end management investment companies. While this rule does not call for XBRL […more]
The Securities and Exchange Commission published a rule proposal, Reporting Threshold for Investment Managers, which seeks comment on revising the disclosure requirement thresholds for investment managers filing form 13F data, which today is submitted in structured format, using a custom XML schema. This data would be more usable if it was prepared or converted to […more]
The Securities and Exchange Commission asked for an extension of their current data collection process for Form 6-K. While cover page tagging is required for Form 8-K, it is not required for Form 6-K. Comments are due in 30 days, by September 3, 2020. Read the data collection extension request.
The DQC is holding a webinar on Wednesday, August 19 at 3 PM EDT to explain the new draft and finalized rules, and to review an in-depth analysis of recent trends in filer errors made in SEC submissions. Register for the free webinar.
July, 2020 The XBRL standard was developed, and is supported, by a global community of accountants, technologists, data and software providers, issuers, investors, and standard setters. Our community supports regulators and businesses that adopt the standard by responding to changing technologies, continuously expanding on the specification to meet new demands, and providing education and support. […more]
Get serious about data quality. Become an XBRL US SEC Filer Member.
Attend this one-hour session for a review of the latest DQC Rulesets 9 and 10, plus a conversation with an SEC filer member of the DQC.
At this meeting, industry leaders will participate in discussions and plans for developing guidance and rules for use by public companies complying with the XBRL requirements of the US Securities and Exchange Commission. Learn about the Data Quality Committee.