The XBRL US National Conference 2011 will cover how public companies can use XBRL for their own purposes in reporting and communicating to investors and regulators, as well as practical educational sessions on implementing XBRL for SEC reporting.
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Sessions will include:
• Using XBRL outside of SEC reporting – peer group analysis, non-SEC regulatory reporting, working with auditors, M&A analysis
• Practical educational sessions on creating XBRL-formatted financial statements, including detailed footnote tagging, working with tables, mapping to US GAAP elements, extensions, rendering and validation
• Analysts, investors and XBRL – using XBRL today and in the future
• The SEC’s limited liability provision – impact on companies when it is eliminated
• Public company case studies
The conference will be held on Sept. 26-27, 2011 at the Gaylord Opryland Resort in Nashville, Tenn. For more information, visit http://conference.xbrl.us.