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The SEC’s XBRL Mandate for IFRS Companies Webinar playback

Listen to Merrill’s latest crucial and informative webinar playback discussion now. 

With the recent changes on IFRS SEC all SEC Foreign Private Issuers that prepare IFRS financial statements will be requested to submit XBRL files for periodic financial reporting. The SEC mandate means the finance function will need to understand the SEC’s XBRL rules and requirements and apply this knowledge to its financial statements. 

Why the SEC Wants Structured Data

Listen to this webinar playback now to hear what happened when Merrill Corporation brought together a panel of experts in Taxonomy to discuss exactly what IFRS companies need to know now to submit their financials in XBRL.

What was on the agenda?

  • Hear directly from SEC and IASB individuals about XBRL topics for the new requirement 
  • Learn how to efficiently manage the process of creating SEC XBRL for IFRS companies 
  • Gain familiarity with the IFRS Taxonomy - key to proper tagging the financials 
  • Identify what items need to be tagged, in which SEC forms, and when 
  • Get an inside peek at what happens to the data inside the SEC
  • Listen to the audience/expert Q&A
  • Get access to supporting materials
  • Learn how to overcome the challenges ahead

Who spoke? 

Bartek Czajka
Senior technical Manager, IFRS Taxonomy, International Accounting Standards Board

He is responsible for the development of the IFRS Taxonomy, mainly from the IFRS content perspective. Bartek is also involved in the IFRS Foundation's global outreach activities to promote understanding and adoption of IFRS Standards and the IFRS Taxonomy. Bartek holds an MSc in Management and Marketing from the University of Economics in Poznan, Poland.  He is a Polish CPA and has an ACCA Diploma in IFRS certificate.  Before joining the IASB, Bartek worked for KPMG Poland, where he was managing audit teams working on large Polish and international clients. 

Mike Willis
Assistant Director, Office of Structured Disclosure, DERA U.S SEC
 

Mike Willis is a CPA and retired PwC partner with over 33 years of public company reporting and audit experience. He is currently the Assistant Director of the Office of Structured Disclosure at the SEC with responsibility to leading the design and implementation of technological processes and tools to support the data needs of the Commission.

Lou Rohman
Vice President, XBRL Services, Merrill Corporation

Lou has provided XBRL leadership and subject matter expertise to a wide range of client companies during the past 10 years, working closely with individuals to enhance their understanding of XBRL. He is currently a member of both the IFRS Foundation’s IFRS Taxonomy Consultative Group and the Financial Accounting Standards Board's US-GAAP Taxonomy Advisory Group. He is also the Vice Chairman of the XBRL US Data Quality Committee and a member of XBRL International's Entity Specific Disclosure Task Force.

If you missed out on the event, take action and listen to our informative webinar playback to get answers to your questions on how to comply with the new regulations. There are slides and commentary to take you through what you need to know.

And if you would like to hear about what this new mandate means to your organisation, speak to one of our leading IFRS XBRL experts now on +44 (0) 20 3031 6300 

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