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Banks have been reporting in XBRL to the FDIC for almost ten years? Mind=Blown.

Did you know banks have been reporting in XBRL for almost ten years? I did not.

As reported by Bloomberg BNA, the banking sector have been submitting their mandated quarterly FDIC Call Reports in eXtensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL). 266 more words


Introducing XBRL Week on Daily Fintech

Its official – XBRL is boring – just look at Google Trends for XBRL vs Blockchain.

At Daily Fintech, we like to dig below the hype to describe those things that are becoming important, even if the media are ignoring them today. 913 more words

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Forget about compliance. For investor relations, XBRL is about communications.

XBRL data is shaping the future of the capital markets – just no one knew it.

Since 2009, the capital markets / investor relations industry has been waiting for the broad, universal and simultaneous adoption of XBRL, the “machine-readable” code that underlies SEC forms 10-Q and 10-K. 375 more words

Investor Relations

Staff Accountant with SEC reporting exp. in Long Island, New York

Our client, a well regarded financial services firm in Nassau County Long Island, New York is seeking a Staff Accountant with SEC and Financial Reporting experience. 172 more words


The SEC suggests redefining "smaller" to reduce filing burden for some issuers

The SEC has proposed an updated change regarding the definition and subsequent qualification of a SRC: smaller reporting company. 

Today, US issuers qualify as a SRC if they either 1.) have a public float of less than $75 million or 2.) for issuers without a public float, annual revenues of less than $50 million. 198 more words

SEC Regulations

I cannot not post about double negatives and XBRL

Last week, the SEC issued an “announcement,” regarding the ongoing issue of labeling negative values in XBRL files. Their post, below, is a little vague in its purpose – sort of the regulatory equivalent of the poopy emoji. 256 more words


Funding the dream

Once upon a time, mom and pop would have gone to uncles and aunts, friends and neighbors to get their shop funded. Today, their entrepreneurial drive takes them down a digital path, a highway often populated with strangers, albeit seemingly generous ones. 330 more words

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