Video Seminar Reporting Standards

What can we learn from each other in Europe in the field of standardization of digital reporting of company data? We received an answer to this question during the Seminar Reporting Standards that the Dutch SBR community organized on June 4th in Brussels. Curious about the vision and experiences of some speakers and participants? Watch the video.

(On-screen title: International Seminar Reporting Standards. On-screen text: Brussels, June 4th, 2019. Rob Kuipers:)

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I think digitalization of business reporting is essential.

(A man descends a staircase. People shake each other's hands. John Turner:)

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The more that can be done to reduce the extent
to which that information is duplicative, the better.
That reduces burden and improves the quality of the information.

(In a large room, a man speaks to an audience from behind a lectern.)

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Standards are introduced so that digital reporting is not only digital,
but it's digital and standardized, in order to make life easier.

(The people in the room rise from their seats. Anna Szafnicka:)

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I believe the contribution, from a filer perspective,
is to urge the regulators to ensure that there is one taxonomy for all the filings.

(The audience listens attentively. Joost Oosterbroek:)

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In the Netherlands, we already operate
with standardized business reporting in multiple fields of expertise,
which is the banking industry and the chamber of commerce
or the business authorities.

(Sander 't Hoen:)

Everybody should go ahead and take some steps to make the project a success.
It will take time, it will take consistency of approach and of vision.
You need to get people to rally around that idea.

(The Dutch coat of arms. The screen turns dark blue and white. On-screen text: Seminar Reporting Standards, Brussels, June 4th 2019. Organized by public and private partners of SBR program the Netherlands. www.sbr-nl.nl/sbr-international.)

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