Topics will cover:
- Corporate actions – learn how structured data can be used to streamline processing, reduce costs and enable straight through processing
- Securities analysis – find out through case studies and demonstrations how to leverage the vast amount of XBRL corporate data available for more effective databases and cheaper data
- Banking – get an update on BASEL III in Europe
- Government transparency – find out the opportunities presented by the US DATA Act and about the cost savings made possible through Standardized Business Reporting programs throughout Europe
The conference is presented by XBRL International, the global consortium devoted to improving business reporting. Attendees will explore how XBRL data can be used to make governments more accountable, financial markets more efficient, and how new trends in business reporting are reducing risk and unnecessary cost.
Keynote speakers include Joel Gurin, eGov Lab at NYU and author, Open Data Now; Linda Powell, Chief Data Architect, US Treasury’s Office of Financial Research, Cees de Boer, Deloitte and the Dutch SBR Council; and Ito Warsito, President Director, Indonesian Stock Exchange.
6677 Sea Harbor Drive
Orlando, Florida 32821
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