Craig M. Lewis is Director and Chief Economist of the Division of Risk, Strategy, and Financial Innovation (the SEC’s think tank, also known as Risk Fin or RSFI) and is on leave as a professor of finance at Vanderbilt University. In a speech he gave in December 2012, Risk Modeling At The SEC: The Accounting Quality […]
Craig M. Lewis is Director and Chief Economist of the Division of Risk, Strategy, and Financial Innovation (the SEC’s think tank, also known as Risk Fin or RSFI) and is on leave as a professor of finance at Vanderbilt University. In a speech he gave in December 2012, Risk Modeling At The SEC: The Accounting […]
The second part of the interview with Mr. Daniel Roberts CEO of raas-XBRL, the past Chairman of the XBRL US Steering Committee, and member of the XBRL International Assurance Working Group.
I was pleased to have an opportunity to speak to our old friend, Mr. Daniel Roberts at the beginning of this 2011. Daniel is CEO of raas-XBRL and has been at the heart of XBRL since 2003. He is the past Chairman of the XBRL US Steering Committee, and member of the XBRL International Assurance Working Group. He has a detailed knowledge of XBRL that comes from being deeply involved in XBRL for the past eight years.
Mr. Dejan Gostimir graduated and earned his Master of Science degree at Faculty Of Economics and Business at the University of Zagreb, Croatia with the thesis titled: ”XBRL as possible standard of financial reporting in the Republic of Croatia”. He was member of the board at ORKIS Ltd., project leader and editor in chief of the accounting and financial web portal ORKIS.hr that was the first project of this kind in Croatia. ORKIS.hr is still number one financial and accounting web portal in Croatia. He has more than thirteen years of experiences in accounting, finance and management. He has attended training for the certificate of certified accountant. He is a regular columnist of ORKIS.hr portal on the subject of XBRL, management, finance and accounting. Currently he is working as a CFO in pharma industry and He is a guest lecturer on the Zagreb School Of Economics and Management on the subject of XBRL.
Patrick Quinlan is the President of Rivet Software, a Denver, Colorado-based company that is pioneering the future of global financial communications. Patrick comes to Rivet as a business executive with a proven track record of startup development, funding strategies, and capital investment success. He brings experience in the small and emerging business space and is skilled in executing strategic planning, performing market analysis, and guiding new product development. As the CEO of several successful startups and as a consultant, Patrick has helped many companies build and manage effective sales teams, meet revenue goals, and achieve peak performance. He graduated from the University of Kansas and holds an MBA from Regis University.
We had the pleasure of interviewing the CEO of XBRL International Inc. (XII) Mr. Tony Fragnyto. The topic of our conversation was the process of adoption of XBRL around the world and impact of that process on different aspects of business reporting.
In their most recent product release, Altova added support for working with XBRL across multiple tools in the Altova MissionKit tool suite to give organizations tackling XBRL compliance an affordable, easy-to-use solution for automating the way their financial data is captured, shared, reported, and analyzed.