The SEC and XBRL: New Developments in Financial Reporting
1.0 CPE Credit Available

Financial reporting is changing! The new structured data (XBRL) format for disclosing financial information has significant impact to all SEC filers. The SEC is now consuming XBRL data with increasing frequency and sophistication and recently proposed a new Inline XBRL format. Are you up-to-speed on the new developments?

Join us for this complimentary webinar and hear our expert panel discuss the areas that are critical to understanding the fast-paced world of XBRL, including what’s happening today, what’s coming tomorrow, and how SEC filers can confidently move forward with this new approach to financial reporting.

The SEC and XBRL:
New Developments in Financial Reporting
Wednesday, June 28, 2017
1 PM Eastern / 12 PM Central / 10 AM Pacific


Presenters:

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 for leading the design and implementation of technological processes and tools to support the data needs of the Commission.

J. Matthew DeLesDernier is a Senior Counsel in the Office of Structured Disclosure of the SEC’s Division of Economic and Risk Analysis. Prior to joining the staff, Mr. DeLesDernier was an associate with Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP in their Philadelphia office. He received his J.D. and his Masters in Public Policy from the College of William and Mary.

Lou Rohman has provided XBRL leadership and subject matter expertise to a wide range of organizations. He is currently a member of both the FASB's US-GAAP Taxonomy Advisory Group and the IASB's IFRS Taxonomy Consultative Group. He has also been an active participant on the US-GAAP taxonomy project team of XBRL US.

Michael Schlanger, an XBRL industry leader, has been involved with XBRL since 2007, working with client companies to further understand XBRL and comply with the SEC's mandate for XBRL filings. Mike was elected a member of the Board of Directors of XBRL US in 2009 and is currently serving as Vice Chairman of the XBRL US Board.

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The learning objectives for this event include:
  • Discover new SEC developments and recent SEC activities that impact XBRL filers 
  • Learn how the SEC is using XBRL financials
  • Gain confidence in understanding XBRL reporting
  • Find out what's ahead for XBRL - stay current with a look to the future
Event Details

Registration: Free
Advance preparation: None
Who should attend: CFOs, Controllers, Lawyers, Investor Relations, External Financial Reporting, Financial Analysts, Internal Auditors and compliance personnel
Prerequisites: Basic SEC Disclosure Knowledge
Program level: Basic
Delivery method: Group Internet
Recommended CPE credit: 1.0 in field of Accounting

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