About Russian XBRL jurisdiction
The mission of XBRL jurisdiction in the Russian Federation is to support the development and standardization of XBRL use in Russia by assisting the implementation of XBRL projects by organizations and agencies, as well as interaction with the XBRL International, XBRL jurisdictions and other countries.
Objectives of XBRL jurisdiction in the Russian Federation:
- Support and development of XBRL in the Russian Federation, including at the inter-agency and international level;
- standardization of XBRL use in the Russian Federation;
- assistance of organizations and agencies in the implementation of XBRL implementation projects.
Tasks of XBRL jurisdiction in the Russian Federation:
- development of inter-agency and inter-state information exchange based on XBRL standard;
- creation and support of national expertise in XBRL through the following activities:
- the formation and consolidation of the Russian expert community in the field of XBRL
- organization of thematic workshops and seminars;
- organization of conferences and round tables;
- Promote training and certification in the field of XBRL;
- Preparation and distribution of Russian-language materials on XBRL;
- Participation in XBRL International, standards and specifications development activities;
- the development of national standards and guidelines for the use of XBRL;
- Coordination of the activities of state authorities on the implementation and use of XBRL, the formation of data models and their unification;
- represent the interests of Russia in the XBRL International.
10 February 2017
The team at Threadneedle street are busy. Hot on the heels of the Capital+ taxonomy, arrives a new draft taxonomy for comment. This is a set of PRA requirements for bank Financial Statements.
01 February 2017
Sad news this week as we heard that Prof. Hans Rosling passed on, a year after making public his battle with pancreatic cancer. Still, as the team at his foundation, GapMinder.org point out, he might not be with us in person, but his legacy, words and actions remain. Rosling’s focus was bringing facts to decision makers in digestible form.
11 January 2017
A new piece from Professor Mervyn King SC, the founder of the Integrated Reporting movement, is worth reading. He’s discussing a new book from Relational Analytics called “The Relational Lens”.