Great article in Accounting Today by Michael Cohen (Technology Reporter) about the United States Securities and Exchange Commission looking more closely at XBRL data tagging of financial statement & footnotes of public company disclosures more closely now
According to InvestmentNews -- regulators such as the Securities and Exchange Commission (US SEC) and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) are cracking down on companies that fail to incorporate and use technology to stay in compliance with regulatory mandates
Will the US Securities and Exchange Commission follow suit and move towards mandating Inline XBRL for public company financial reporting?
Currently the US Securities & Exchange Commission isn’t even allowing voluntary filing of non-financial data to be included with financial reports by public companies
Great article in CFO Magazine by Russ Banham on the quickly expanding role CFOs and their finance teams are now assuming beyond the management of financial information critical to the operation of the enterprise they pilot. The Finance team is quickly becoming the “de facto”...
The European Parliament has voted in favor of new rules that will strengthen shareholder rights and facilitate cross-border voting under the Shareholders Rights Directive as the new Trump Presidential administration moves in the complete opposite direction related to enhanced corporate...
Attended the XBRL US - "Improving Financial Analysis Through Structured Data" Conference yesterday at Baruch College. Excited to hear from Mike Willis, Assistant Director, Office of Economics and Risk Analysis, US SEC speak about structured data (XBRL) and its use at the US SEC and former...
http://www.theworldcounts.com/stories/Child-Labor-Facts-and-Statistics The following stock exchanges from around the world are supporting the sustainable stock exchanges initiative to encourage companies to report this important non-financial information to shareholders and investors
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Key findings of the GAO report: The Securities and Exchange Commission’s ability to assess the accuracy of corporate climate risk disclosures is limited , the General Accountability Office said in its report