Standardisation in reporting has never been more important. In uncertain times, with new risks impacting economies, our financial systems and businesses large and small, data-driven analysis is critical.
Data Amplified is bringing together business and regulatory leaders that are making standards in digital reporting work. Gain an understanding of what works and what doesn’t, and discover how you can benefit from digital reporting across boundaries.
Examine the current state of interoperability and how developments in the near term will impact areas such as risk reporting in the insurance and banking sectors, the rise in demand from investors for Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) information, and new efforts in international cooperation.
- Lessons Learned on the Frontline of XBRL, Tom Leahy, Vizor Software – This talk will be from the solution provider’s perspective, advising the audience on how to maximise benefit from structured data reporting in the face of challenges such as the absence of test data, dealing with granular data from Data Point Models with tens of thousands of data points, enhancing data quality and bridging the gap between the technical and the business points of view.
- The Need for Standardisation in Enterprise Reporting, Brad Monterio, Colcomgroup and Liv Watson, Workiva – This session will provide an overview of how companies can use the Natural Capital Protocol and XBRL for standardised enterprise reporting in order to meet the upcoming disclosure requirements from the UK Office of National Statistics (ONS) and Department for Environment Food & Rural Affairs (DEFRA), as well to satisfy investor demand for sustainability and Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) information.
- Using Data-centric Standards to meet the needs of Form-centric Users, Antoine Bourdais, Invoke Software – In this talk, Bourdais will draw on the analysis of more than 10 years of XBRL implementations to illustrate how key business needs in multiple business domains have been met using key XBRL Specifications, including feedback on cross-border European regulations (CRD IV versus Solvency II); the key-role of the Data Model in implementing standards and hot topics in interoperability, with a focus on the international agenda (AEoI/CRS, FATCA, BEPS…).