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As XBRL becomes more recognised as a vitally important tool to reduce data costs and streamline communication in the financial services industry, the full opportunities need to be explored. To ensure a full and clear understanding by the financial services industry globally rather than just those countries where is has already been adopted, especially in light of the DTCC and SWIFT initiative.
Aingaran PillaiZaizi Ltd - London

Do you really know your risk exposure?

20 March 2013  |  1444 views  |  0  |  Recommends 0

Part 2 - A new approach is needed In the first part of my series of blog posts, I have analysed how Master Data Management can help financial institutions to extract the information hidden as “unstructured data” in their legal agreements. In this part I will talk about how a new approach to enterprise content management (ECM) supports Master Dat...

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Aingaran PillaiZaizi Ltd - London

Do you really know your risk exposure?

20 March 2013  |  1686 views  |  0  |  Recommends 0

Part 1 – From 'war room' to Master Data Management I want to start my blog with a series of posts that analyse how modern enterprise content management systems can help the Financial Service Industry to stay on top of its information 'War room' The 2008 credit crisis highlighted the importance of global financial institutions being able to mana...

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Vishwanath ThanalapattiRisk Management Professional - Toronto, Canada

Truth in reporting: eXtended Business Reporting Language

30 June 2011  |  5087 views  |  0  |  Recommends 0

Standards lead to best practices; standardization makes life simpler. Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA), has pioneered and promoted standards and guidelines in the area of aud

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This is the start of something big

14 October 2010  |  3808 views  |  0  |  Recommends 0

At the recent annual Corporate Action conference in New York this week the hot topic was the significant progress being made by the DTCC and SWIFT with XBRL to standardise Issuer data. The audience wa...

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Gerard BerminghamInformation Mosaic - New York

DTCC corporate action standards

19 May 2010  |  4270 views  |  0  |  Recommends 1

The release of the first set of draft ISO 20022 corporate action announcment by the DTCC is an excellent achievement for them and their partners SWIFT and XBRL US. The introduction of standard messag...

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Gerard BerminghamInformation Mosaic - New York

Lost in translation?

29 March 2010  |  4815 views  |  4  |  Recommends 1

Like the terms ‘Golden Record' and ‘Golden Copy' before it, we are no doubt hearing the use of the term XBRL as the ‘new' thing to standardizing data and reducing corporate action announcement risk. ...

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XBRL Update

30 October 2009  |  3315 views  |  0  |  Recommends 0

For everyone that has read the XBRL Blog " XBRL is coming in a big way" please re read the comments. These comments have flushed out valuable information and status as well as underlying the...

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XBRL and the Identity Issue

27 October 2009  |  3084 views  |  1  |  Recommends 0

The DTCC/SWIFT/XBRL initiative will I am sure, be a success and be a springboard to a new age of data standards. However, there remains an important issue that needs attention and that is, to protect ...

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XBRL is coming in a very big way

22 October 2009  |  4761 views  |  7  |  Recommends 1

Let's be clear about XBRL and start by saying it's been around for more than a decade. Having had a very slow birth, after a prolonged gestation period but now the time is here when XBRL will be recog...

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