XBRL News about keynotes and delays

We are not quite done with the silly season in XBRL matters, hence just two news items for the past week today.

1  SEC Commissioner Crenshaw and former FASB chair Seidman to keynote …

XBRL US announced that the annual XBRL US Investor Forum 2021: Data that Delivers, will feature two keynote speakers, Commissioner Caroline A. Crenshaw of the United States Securities and Exchange Commission; and Independent Corporate Director and former FASB Chairperson, Leslie F. Seidman. This year’s virtual forum, which will take place on November 10, 2021, will focus on how machine-readable data has transformed the way investors, analysts, auditors, and public companies manage assets, and conduct due diligence and research for a variety of activities.

Certainly an event worth your while if you’re paying attention to structured data and reporting – otherwise you wouldn’t be reading this.

2  The Central Bank considers the proposal of special depositories …

The Bank of Russia considers it premature to raise the issue of non-application of measures to specialized depositories for errors in XBRL reporting at present, but is ready to amend the regulatory act if necessary, the regulator’s press service told Interfax.

Here’s another opportunity for you to practice your machine translation skills on an article in Russian which appears to deal with some hiccups in the introduction of XBRL reporting for banks in Russia.

 

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Christian Dreyer CFA is well known in Swiss Fintech circles as an expert in XBRL and financial reporting for investors.

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