CIPC to Implement iXBRL Project’s Second Stage South Africa’s Companies and Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC) became the first regulator in Africa to roll out full scale implementation of Inline XBRL a year ago, in July 2018. After successful completion of the
Defining XBRL Filing Rules? Refer to This Checklist Filing rules are specific technical requirements, including descriptions of limitations of filing system. They are needed to ensure that XBRL and iXBRL reports are accepted by data collection systems used by regulators, exchanges and data aggregators.
New Open Source Inline XBRL Viewer Released The Inline XBRL viewer developed by Workiva, first previewed at Data Amplified 2018, has now been released as open source software. The viewer makes Inline XBRL tagged content dynamic and immediately usable, unlocking the
GLEIF Leaps into the Digital Future with LEI Digital Certificates and Inline XBRL This week the Global Legal Entity Identifier Foundation (GLEIF) took a small technical step that in many ways represents a giant leap forward for global trust. Its 2018
Inline Viewer in Action on GLEIF Report To see what Workiva’s open source Inline XBRL viewer is capable of there is an example available on the XBRL International website. This extract from the Global Legal Entity Identifier Foundation’s (GLEIF) Annual Report 2017 demonstrates how
iXBRL mandate for South Africa The Companies and Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC) in South Africa will, as expected, mandate the use of Inline XBRL-based reporting for all qualifying entities from 1 July 2018. CIPC Objective for iXBRL migration The CIPC
Preparations for 2020 have already started at the European Securities and Markets Authority for Inline XBRL ESMA which announced this week that it is seeking volunteers for Inline XBRL field tests. These will consist of transforming annual financial reports from