Thank you for your interesting question! One point that I would like
to make about my answer is that I have not included a single person
more than once, but many of them overlap. For instance, a great XBRL
analyst might have also served on committees and given speeches on the
subject, or a speaker might also serve as an analyst on the matter.
Anyway, here are some leading players that I've found in XBRL.
"XBRL catching on with regulators"
"Alastair Nimmons is a senior manager with the finance and operational
effectiveness practice of PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP. Contact:
firstname.lastname@example.org or (604) 806-7620."
Member of IASC Foundation
Currently works for Ernst & Young in Italy
" Upon leaving the IASC Foundation, Teresa worked in Brussels for
?XBRL in Europe? involved in XiE activities with special attention to
the XBRL Jurisdictions development in Southern Europe. She is the XiE
Coordinator for the setting up of XBRL - Italy jurisdiction.
At XiE she significantly contributed to XBRL papers, writing articles,
consultation papers to the European Commission, giving presentations
and helping in the organisation of the European XBRL public events."
Eric Cohen of PricewaterhouseCoopers
Eric Cohen's homepage
(portal for Spanish-speaking accountants worldwide)
XBRL in Canada
* Gerald Trites
* Andrew Webber
* Karl Oanes
Authors of books/special reports:
by Charles Hoffman and Carolyn Strand
"Financial Reporting Using XBRL: IFRS and US GAAP Edition"
"David has co-authored several XBRL articles that have appeared in
professional accountancy journals."
Deloitte & Touche
Ernst & Young
XBRL speakers (e.g., at conferences, et al)--
Presented this paper at XML 2004:
"Lessons to be Learnt from XBRL"
Basilio Acerete (University of Zaragoza)
"Using Modern Tools to Translate the IFRS-GP Taxonomy Label Linkbases"
13th XBRL International Conference in Madrid (Spain), May 2006
"PRISM 2003 conference: speakers"
"Father of XBRL"
PLU MBA Executive Leadership Series
XBRL committee participants/leaders--
Zachary Coffin, global XBRL leader at KPMG
IASC Foundation XBRL team member
won the Fifth XBRL International Academic Competition in 2005 for
helping Poland's standards
"As an IASC Foundation XBRL team member, Bartosz was involved in
numerous projects. He led the project to place the IASC Foundation
financial statements into XBRL. He was lead web-designer of the
European Committee of Central Balance Sheet Data Offices WG III
reduced format XBRL showcase and of the New Zealand e-government IR-10
prototype. He was also co-author of the taxonomies and instances
created in each of these projects.
Currently, Bartosz advises the National Bank of Poland on extending
COREP and FINREP taxonomies and adjusting it to specific Polish
As a representative of "Business Reporting - Advisory Group" Ltd
Bartosz is the main editor of Polish XBRL Taxonomies that are being
developed by forming Jurisdiction. He is also involved in other
activities concerning XBRL development in Poland."
Mike Willis, CPA
Founding Chairman XBRL International
Elmer H. Huh
XBRL consultant for Morgan Stanley Dean Witter
XBRL International Domain Chair
Walter Hamscher <email@example.com>
Chair of XBRL International
Consultant to PricewaterhouseCoopers
In addition, here is the complete list of current members of the
international XBRL steering committee:
XBRL Steering Committee
Leading XBRL users/customers
governments and regulating authorities:
SEC (Securities Exchange Comission)
Australian Prudential Regulatory Authority (APRA)
US Federal Financial Industry Examinations Council (FFIEC) which
includes the FDIC, Federal Reserve Board, OTS, NCUA and OCC
Inland Revenue and Financial Services Authority in the United Kingdom
Japan's National Tax Agency and Financial Services Authority
Bank of Spain
Dutch Tax Authority
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)
International Accounting Standards Board (IASB)
The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW)
ESSF (Electronic Standard for Financial Reporting) Project Group (Poland)
Dutch Water Authority
Dutch Ministry of Finance
Dutch Ministry of Justice
Australian Taxation Office
Chinese Securities Regulation Commission
UK Financial Services Authority
Danish Commerce and Companies Agency
Central Statistics Office (CSO) Ireland
South Korean financial advisory authority
Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants
Certified General Accountants of Canada Association of Canada
Hong Kong Society of Accountants
Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia
Institute of Management Accountants
International Accounting Standards Committee
International Federation of Accountants
U.S. Census Bureau
U.S. Department of Defense (Defense and Accounting Services)
Morgan Stanley Dean Witter & Co.
Wells Fargo & Co.
Bank of America Corp.
Standard & Poor's
RTS Stock Exchange
Tokyo Stock Exchange--
Toronto Stock Exchange--
Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE)
Shenzhen Stock Exchange (SZSE)
Frankfurt Stock Exchange
all Belgian banks
Banca Monte Dei Paschi Di Siena of Italy
Bank of Japan
Cohen Computer Consulting
The Woodburn Group
TSX Group Inc
Advisor Technology Services, LLC
BDO Seidman, LLP
California State University Northridge Department of Accounting and MIS
CaseWare International Inc
Crowe, Chizek and Company, LLP
Dow Jones & Company, Inc
Dresdner Kleinwort Benson
e-Numerate Solutions Incorporated
Epicor Software Corporation
Financial Software Group
First Light Communications, Inc.
FRx Software Corporation
General Electric Company
Global Filings, Inc.
Great Plains Software, Inc.
HOLT Value Associates
Hyperion Solutions Corp.
Japan Digital Disclosure Inc.
Moody's Risk Management Services, Inc
Multex.com, Inc.; Nanyang Technical University- Singapore; National
Center of Charitable Statistics (NCCS); National Information
Infrastructure Enterprise Promotion Association (Taiwan);
NavisionDamgaard; NEC Planning Research, Inc. (Japan); NetLedger,
Inc.; New River, Inc.; Newtec; Oinke, Inc.; OMG Corbafinance;
PeopleSoft, Inc.; PPA GmbH; Practitioners Publishing Company;
Sage Software; SAP AG; Seattle Pacific University Center for
US Advisor, Inc.;
Virtual Growth, Inc.; and
XBRL Solutions, Inc.
The companies that participate in voluntary SEC filings in XBRL are:
XBRL SEC filings
* Adobe Systems Inc.
* Allegiant Advantage Fund
* Altria Group Inc.
* Automatic Data Processing Inc.
* Bowne & Co. Inc.
* Bristol Myers Squibb Co.
* Business Objects S.A.
* Crystal International Travel Group, Inc.
* EDGAR Online Inc.
* EMC Corp.
* Hitachi Ltd.
* InfoSys Technologies LTD
* International Securities Exchange Inc.
* Microsoft Corp.
* Pepsico Inc.
* RR Donnelley & Sons Co.
* Satyam Computer Services Ltd.
* United Technologies Corp.
* Xerox Corp.
"Position Paper for W3C DRM Workshop"
"Companies Back XML Business Specification"
By Steven Bonisteel, Newsbytes
April 10, 2000
XBRL Links Blog
"NASDAQ Stock Exchange announces use of XBRL for financial reports"
"In Search of ROI for XBRL"
XBRL Extensions by Country
"Kurt Ramin, Director of the XBRL Global Association declares the
possibility of establishing an XBRL branch in Russia"
History of XBRL
"International Accounting Standards Committee Releases 'Taxonomy of
XBRL for Financial Statements'."
"XBRL: Standard Bearer of Financial Reporting"
By Ivan Schneider
Bank Systems & Technology
March 05, 2002
"XBRL: The Language of Finance and Accounting"
"US Securities and Exchange Commission Evaluates XBRL for SEC
Financial Data Filing."
Benefits and Uses
Zachary Coffin kpmg
xbrl project committee members
xbrl software companies
xbrl stock exchanges
tokyo stock exchange
toronto stock exchange
david prather iasc xbrl
charles hoffman xbrl
site:amazon.com xbrl essentials
jeffery ricker xbrl
mike willis xbrl
eric cohen consulting
elmer h huh
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