Bloomberg users can now access Bombay Stock Exchange data via a faster and more accessible format.
AxiomSL has convened an industry group to help devise a taxonomy that will simplify compliance reporting for the revised Monetary Authority of Singapore 601 update.
Officials say the new reporting standard will eliminate manual processing and re-keying of data from EU-based issuers' financial reports.
Supervisory reporting taxonomy updated to improve reporting features validation rules.
The bank will use Wolters Kluwer's solutions suite to perform calculations and reporting functions, in line with upcoming regulations.
After starting out as a developer of an app for valuing companies, Intrinio became frustrated by the costs of data collection.
Provider helps with regulatory reporting in the UK
Dutch bank will use XBRL solution for submitting reports to central bank
Upgraded version will be faster and easier to use, SEC officials say.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has begun a pilot program to make financial data reported by companies available via the SEC's website for download and analysis by investors and academics.
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Legacy systems and continued use of Excel are making it difficult for firms to upgrade taxonomy in keeping with deadlines set by the European Banking Authority for its reporting guidelines
To meet new reporting requirements related to the eXtensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL), AxiomSL has enhanced its out-of-the-box XBRL reporting solution to include taxonomy management and tweaked it to be more of a submission platform, rather…
The US foreign tax law creates a high volume and complexity of data needed for compliance. Frederic Chapus, of shareholder documents and communications company RR Donnelley, calls Belgium’s use of the XBRL standard a useful example of what to do
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Along with LEI, Sibos participants contend with a tangle of regulatory and standards initiatives that some say clouds the industry's ability to reach common ground
Tokyo markets are sorting out accounting issues and other limits encountered by the data format, with an eye toward compatibility with international reporting standards