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The United States and Data Standardization – The Long Road Ahead

Data standardization has often been trumped as the gold standard for financial reporting – and justifiably so. Not only can it help ensure greater transparency and comparability between the financial performance and position of companies or local government bodies, but … Continue reading

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The growing importance of data analytics for the SEC

On 25 June 2018, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) published its draft strategic plan for fiscal years 2018 – 2022. Although comments for the draft closed on 25 July 2018, the draft provides ample insight into the SEC’s … Continue reading

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XBRL – a standard for now and the future of compliance reporting in the US

XBRL has been around for a few years now. At the time of its introduction, much attention was given to the possibilities that XBRL reporting could offer – digitization, increased comparability and reliability to name a few. However, it’s equally … Continue reading

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XBRL around the world

While there has been increased focus on XBRL within the United States over recent months, in part due to the SEC’s recent announcement that iXBRL will be used by operating companies and mutual funds going forward, it’s also worth taking … Continue reading

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Ind AS vs. Indian GAAP: What are the key differences?

Ind AS vs. Indian GAAP: What are the key differences? India is trying to move to the Indian IFRS accounting standards popularly known as Ind AS. This move will not be easy considering that Ind AS is rather different from … Continue reading

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