Regulatory Reporting for AIFMD, CRD IV, Solvency II, MiFID II, FATCA and AnaCredit

Our People

XBRL Experts – Our People

Our Employees

We pride ourselves on our people and our environment. We know that high quality service can only be provided by high quality people working in a high quality environment.

DataTracks nurtures an environment that attracts and retains high quality people:

  • Working Environment: We provide a high quality work environment with climate controlled offices, working hours restricted to five days a week, eight hours a day and one calendar month's leave per year
  • Code of Conduct: We have a published code of conduct that emphasizes ethics and fairness and we are an equal opportunity employer, proud of the diversity in our team.
  • Compensation: Our compensation practices are attractive within our economy and are linked to team/client objectives. Employment contract: Every employee has a formal written employment contract that includes stipulations relating to confidentiality, conflict of interest, IP rights etc
  • Job Descriptions: Every manager has a written job description
  • Performance Reviews: Every employee is subject to a bi-annual performance review.
  • Culture: Our culture emphasizes pride in what we do and in our workplace. We believe people give their best when they are treated fairly, are given challenges, work towards a common goal and enjoy what they do.
  • Qualifications: Our employees are qualified professionals. All our employees have at least an undergraduate degree from an accredited university and have very good verbal and written English skills. Our employees are always fully trained in our corporate culture, quality practices and security practices before managing any service delivery processes.
  • Experience: Our management team includes people who have lived and worked in the US and have held senior management positions, at a global level, in large-scale businesses.

Our Accountants

Our accountants, involved in managing accounting processes and XBRL processes for our clients, have:

  • Qualifications: They have at least an undergraduate degree in accounting from an accredited university and are supervised by professional accountants who are members of accredited bodies of professional accountants
  • Experience: Our accountants have working knowledge of
    • IFRS, US GAAP or UK GAAP and FRS 102
    • Business controls and reporting controls that apply to accounting processes
    • Spreadsheets and Word processors (as advanced users) and
    • Several off-the-shelf accounting systems
  • Expertise: We have XBRL experts who have experience in working with various regulatory environments (SEC in USA, HMRC in UK, MCA in India, ACRA in Singapore and Revenue in Ireland); various accounting taxonomies and various commercially available XBRL applications.

Specialists in XBRL and regulatory reports

DataTracks prepares more than 14,000 XBRL statements annually for filing with regulators such as SEC in the United States, HMRC in the United Kingdom, Revenue in Ireland, Eurofiling compliance reports in Europe, ACRA in Singapore and MCA in India. Honed by our experience of preparing more than 185,000 compliance reports, our solutions and services are designed to assure quality, reliability and ease of use.

185,000+

compliance reports

18,000+

Clients

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Regulations

15+

years experience






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The Importance of Maintaining Transparency While Reporting Financial Data to ESMA

09/02/2020 ||By: Pooja Parikshit

The use of data is no longer limited to big corporations and data analytic companies. Most enterprises today use analytics in some capacity; it’s fair to say the process is widespread. Maintaining transparency in data reporting is equally essential. The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA), for instance, has gone through great lengths to ensure […]


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The New Update in the Reporting Manual on European Single Electronic Format by ESMA

08/19/2020 ||By: Pooja Parikshit

To resolve filing issues and make the process more convenient for issuers, ESMA continually updates its reporting manual on the ESEF (European Single Electronic Format). The new update entails an expansion of the existing guidance and reflects relevant developments in the technical specifications. Let’s see what’s new with ESMA and how to choose the right […]


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Phase 2 of the Technical Package on Reporting Framework 2.10 Released by the EBA

07/29/2020 ||By: Pooja Parikshit

To improve and ease the issuers’ reporting structure, the European Banking Authority (EBA) continuously works towards improvements and updates in their regulations. Considering this and the current crisis due to COVID-19, the EBA recently released phase 2 of its technical package on  the reporting framework 2.10. This update lays down the technical tools and specifications […]