SEC Takes Further Steps Towards Inline XBRL

On October 11, the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) proposed a significant series of amendments concerning Regulation S-K. The proposed amendments are intended to modernize and simplify certain disclosure requirements in Regulation S-K. The SEC is proposing that all of the cover pages of its forms should be filed as Inline XBRL, with a range of identification information facilitating digital consumption.

The amendments are intended to:

  • improve the readability,
  • navigability of disclosure documents,
  • discourage the repetition, and
  • disclosure of immaterial information.

Ultimately, these changes provide a very useful way of reducing the costs and burdens on registrants while continuing to provide all the necessary material information to investors.

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SEC Takes Further Steps Towards Inline XBRL – Regulation S-K
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