|XBRL and Financial Analysis Conference
|Start Date: ||3/27/2013||Start Time: ||3:00 PM
|End Date: ||3/27/2013||End Time: ||6:15 PM
About the Program:
Today, every U.S. public company reports financial statement data in XBRL (eXtensible Business Reporting Language), making corporate financial data - down to the detailed footnotes - more accessible, timely and accurate than ever before. This free industry event will cover how technology changes the way we analyze companies and make investment decisions. We will explore and demonstrate how XBRL is used by the SEC, data aggregators and buy- and sell-side firms.
Join keynote speakers Agnes Grunfeld, CFA, Managing Director, GMI Ratings and Dan Gode, NYU Stern School of Business - plus speakers from the Securities and Exchange Commission and the investment community.
Learn about new open source and commercial tools that now offer timelier, functional data. Hear from data aggregators that are serving up XBRL data to their clients. Find out what’s ahead for corporate data and potential changes in other areas like corporate actions, earnings releases and even government data.
The XBRL and Financial Analysis Conference is brought to you by the NY Society of Security Analysis (NYSSA), the Robert Zicklin Center for Corporate Integrity and XBRL US, the non-profit consortium for XBRL reporting.
Speakers and Agenda*:
3:00 pm - Opening Remarks
Campbell Pryde, President and CEO, XBRL US
3:05 - Keynote
Agnes Grunfeld, CFA, Managing Director, GMI Ratings
3:30 - XBRL Data for Analysis – a Review of Data in Use Today and What’s Ahead
XBRL data has promised ease of use, greater accuracy and timeliness, and the ability to quickly and easily consume and analyze large volumes of company-specific data. This group of panelists from the data aggregator community will discuss how their organizations are planning for the use of XBRL and are actively consuming XBRL data today for their buy- and sell-side clients. Discussion will cover challenges and benefits of XBRL from a database standpoint, e.g., what needs to be done to prep the data, and how it can be beneficial from an analytical standpoint.
Moderated by Campbell Pryde, President and CEO, XBRL US
David Coluccio, Content Strategy – Company Related Data,
Eric Wiseblatt, Software Architect and Innovator, Google
Jordan Woodard, Sr. XBRL Compliance Manager, Rivet Software
Dan Gode, Clinical Associate Professor of Accounting, New York
University's Stern School of Business
4:35 - How Analysts, Investors & Regulators Use Corporate Data: A Changing Landscape
Regulators, sell-side and buy-side analysts consume data in different ways, e.g., for historical analysis comparing multiple companies, for trading purposes, to identify outliers. Learn how the use of XBRL is already changing the way these stakeholders perform day-to-day analysis and how that could change even more in the future with XBRL in earnings announcements, government data, corporate actions announcements.
Moderated by: Mike Willis, Partner, PwC
Suzanne Morsfield, Director of Research, Columbia Business
Additional Panelists T.B.A
5:20 - XBRL Challenge Apps Review -
Phillip Engel, Lead Technologist, XBRL US
5:50 – Analytical Tools on the Market
- Pranav Ghai, co-Founder, Calcbench
Elias; John Kies, Director, Edgar-Online
6:15 – Cocktail Reception
Who Should Attend?
Software companies and developers,
XBRL.US, the non-profit consortium for XBRL business reporting standards in the U.S. and the business information supply chain it represents. Its mission is to support the implementation of XBRL business reporting standards through the development of taxonomies for use by U.S. public and private sectors, with a goal of interoperability between sectors, and by promoting XBRL adoption through marketplace collaboration. XBRL US has developed taxonomies for U.S. GAAP, credit rating and mutual fund reporting under contract with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, and has developed a taxonomy for corporate actions. Learn more at http://xbrl.us.
The New York Society of Security Analysts (NYSSA) is a leading forum for the investment community. NYSSA’s mission is to promote best practices and the highest professional and ethical standards in the industry. With nearly 10,000 members, NYSSA is the largest of the 135 societies worldwide that make up CFA Institute, which has more than 100,000 members. For more information about NYSSA, please visit http://nyssa.org.
is Complimentary, however pre-registration is required to attend this program. Complete the online registration form: tinyurl.com/aavgg8o, or register by phone 646-312-3231, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Baruch College - Newman Vertical Campus
55 Lexington Ave
Room: Room 14-220
Robert Zicklin Center for Corporate Integrity