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  • 13 Mar 2017
  • Vineeto Cherian
  • Inline XBRL

Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) votes for Inline XBRL on March 02, 2017

The Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) voted on March 02, 2017 to propose amendments to make Inline XBRL (iXBRL) mandatory for listed companies and mutual funds. The proposal is aimed at improving the quality and accessibility of data submitted to the SEC.

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  • 16 Feb 2017
  • Balaji M
  • SEC XBRL

Digital Revolution in Compliance Reporting

Computers revolutionized the world of information decades ago. ‘Interactivity’, however has been a more recent phenomenon. Hitherto, data collection by Regulators has always been in ‘non-interactive’ formats like PDF, Word, etc.

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  • 30 Jan 2017
  • EDGAR

SEC pushes for contact details in the Edgar System

According to the Dec 12th, 2016 announcement by the SEC, their EDGAR system will implement a new two phase authentication for Passphrase reset.

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  • 26 Jan 2017
  • Vineeto Cherian
  • SEC Filings

Outgoing SEC chief urges for common accounting standards globally

Mary Jo White, the outgoing chief of the SEC, who has been pushing to reduce the differences between US GAAP and the IFRS, is urging the new administration to continue efforts to further help companies that have subsidies abroad.

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  • 22 Sep 2016
  • iXBRL

Inline XBRL: Should Your Company Switch?

Moving quickly into the world of Inline XBRL, The Securities and Exchange Commission recently issued an order “under the Securities Exchange Act allowing companies that comply with certain conditions listed in the order to file structured financial statement data required in their annual and quarterly reports that is integrated within their HTML filing through March 2020.

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