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The challenges of Solvency II reporting

08/07/2018 ||By: Karthik Sathuragiri

Recently, InsuranceERM released an article arguing that most Solvency II reporting mistakes happen in solvency ratios. The findings were based on an analysis conducted by Insurance Risk Data, which found that in 68% of cases where errors in quantitative reporting templates were discovered, the errors were surrounding solvency and minimum capital ratios.   What are […]

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

08/03/2018 ||By: Guru Raj Singh

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 true that the awareness of XBRL and its benefits has fallen away in recent years, […]

XBRL around the world

07/31/2018 ||By: Karthik Sathuragiri

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 a step back to see just how prevalent XBRL is across the globe. Admittedly, certain […]

Making Tax Digital – A step forward towards digitisation

07/06/2018 ||By: Pramodh Vittal

Digitisation is the order of the day. Just as there was a wave of transformation during the late 20th century from paper-based filing to electronic filing in PDF or HTML among various regulators, there is now another wave of change from a plain electronic format to an interactive standard. HMRC, the UK regulator known for […]

Sixth ruleset from the XBRL US Data Quality Committee approved

07/03/2018 ||By: Karthik Sathuragiri

The XBRL US Data Quality Committee (DQC) recently released its sixth ruleset regarding SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission) filings that use either the IFRS or US GAAP taxonomies. Here are some of the key highlights of the ruleset. What’s in the sixth ruleset? The ruleset provides a number of validation checks for filings following the […]

The evolving landscape of Pillar 3

06/28/2018 ||By: Karthik Sathuragiri

Pillar 3 is part of a framework designed by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (BCBS) for capital measurement and capital standards. Specifically, Pillar 3 focuses on the public disclosure requirements that banks and insurance companies must follow. These disclosures range from information related to the risks these entities face to what their risk management […]

MiFID II: Five months on

06/28/2018 ||By: Swappna D

It’s been over five months since the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive II (MiFID II) came into effect. As such, many have begun to wonder what impact the directive has had, on both investment firms and financial markets, and whether its effect on European financial markets has been as significant as previously thought. What is […]

News on reforms in Solvency II risk margin for UK entities

06/26/2018 ||By: Prakash R

The UK regulator – Prudential Regulatory Authority (PRA) – has concerns that the build-up of offshore reinsurance by undertakings can become a major issue when unconstrained. In fact, they believe the stock build-up of offshore reinsurance is an unintended consequence, and that it might become a significant prudential concern when not restrained. The regulator has […]

What Public Interest Score means for you if you’re a company under the CIPC regime

06/13/2018 ||By: Mathivathani

Thе CIPC (Cоmраnіеѕ аnd Intellectual Prореrtу Cоmmіѕѕіоn) of South Africa has еmbrасеd thе uѕе оf XBRL, the international data standard for financial information, whеn it requires companies to submit their Annuаl Fіnаnсіаl Stаtеmеntѕ (AFS). Being an electronic format, XBRL (eXtensible Business Reporting Language) mаkеs іt еаѕіеr for companies to report their business information, and improves […]

The Irish tax system analysed by Social Justice Ireland

06/12/2018 ||By: Lakshmi

Ireland needs more tax revenue Social Justice Ireland (SJI) has suggested that Ireland needs additional tax revenue. They proposed that the Irish government should aim to add about £3 billion to tax revenue each year. Their reason is to ensure a fairer and more equal future for the Irish. An increase in tax revenue will […]

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