Items tagged with "transparency"

Newsletter for the Business Reporting Standard

June 2019 Legislative and Regulatory News GREAT Act Passes Senate Committee on Homeland Security & Government Reform FERC Adopts XBRL Standards for Utilities Reporting California State Assembly Committee Approves SB 598, Open Financial Statements Act SEC Publishes Concept Release to Harmonize Exempt Offerings SEC Updates EDGAR to Release 19.2, Publishes DEI Taxonomy U.S. Federal Data […more]


April/May Newsletter

April/May 2019 Legislative and Regulatory News SEC Publishes Draft EDGAR Filer Manual SEC Proposes XBRL for Reporting by Business Development Companies & Closed End Funds SEC Finalizes FAST Act Requires XBRL Tagging for Cover Page Small Business Administration Accepts XBRL Data for Surety Bond Guarantee Program FERC Proposal on Transmission Investment Activity References Use of […more]


Data Amplified 2019

9:00 AM China Standard Time Tuesday, October 22, 2019
XBRL International Conference || Shanghai, China
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The Future of Business Reporting The international conference that brings together the key players involved in the future of business reporting will be held 22-24 October in Shanghai, with an extra Members day on 21 October. Regulators, policymakers, accounting and business professionals will meet to debate, discuss, update and celebrate the way performance in all […more]


Approved Validation Rules & Guidance

The Data Quality Committee – a collaborative of public companies, providers and data users working to improve standardized financial reporting – updated version 8 of freely-available rules and guidance in April, 2019. Several tools are certified for implementation of the approved rules.


January/February Newsletter

January/February 2019 Legislative and Regulatory News Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Publishes Proposal to Require XBRL for Utilities Reporting Open Government Data Act Passed GREAT Act Passes the U.S. House of Representatives Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Issues RFP for XBRL Solution XBRL US News SEC Comment Letter on Proposed Collection of Interactive Data XBRL US Publishes […more]


November/December Newsletter

November/December 2018 Regulatory and Legislative News SEC Publishes List of Rules to be Reviewed Including XBRL Requirement Rules SEC Posts Draft EDGAR Manual, Effective December 17, 2018 SEC Staff Finds IFRS Filings Have Higher Custom Tag Rates Than US GAAP Filings SEC Proposes Rule on Variable Annuity Referencing Inline XBR SEC Commissioner Kara Stein Speech […more]


July/August Newsletter

July/August 2018 Regulatory and Legislative News SEC EDGAR Upgraded to Release 18.2, Now Supports IFRS Taxonomy XBRL US News XBRL US Data Quality Committee Announces the Public Review of the 7th Ruleset XBRL US State & Local Govt Working Group Sends Letter to SEC Investor Advisory Committee AICPA Study Demonstrates that XBRL Costs Declined 45% […more]


Data Amplified 2018

9:00 AM Gulf Standard Time Tuesday, November 13, 2018
XBRL International Conference || InterContinental Dubai - Festival City
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The Future of Business Reporting Expanding analytics, big data, AI and machine learning technologies are opening up brand new opportunities. Collaboration on definitions, identity and data exchange has never been more important. On top of that, the XBRL standard itself is modernizing. Top flight keynotes, exceptional networking and the opportunity to shape the agenda for […more]


May/June Newsletter

May/June 2018 Regulatory and Legislative News SEC Adopts Inline XBRL for Operating Companies and Mutual Funds SEC Publishes Draft Strategic Plan for 2018 – 2022 SEC Requests Comment on Fund Retail Investor Experience and Disclosure SEC Requests Comment on Proposal to Require Relationship Summary for Retail Investors SEC’s Baugess Speech at Financial Information Management Conference […more]


US Public Companies Need to Stay Relevant In a Digital Age

John Turner, CEO, XBRL International

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.