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Audited Digital Financial Statements: They Improve The Process Too

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Dec 08, 2017

On December 8, 2017, on the XBRL International blog, CFA Institute Director of Financial Reporting, Mohini Singh, calls for securities regulators and audit regulators to heed the results of a CFA Institute survey on investors expectations around digital financial statements.

Investors act as fiduciaries, making decisions on behalf of millions of pension fund holders and institutions. They rely significantly on company financial statements to support their investment decisions and (at least for those that have taken the time to consider the issues at stake) have come out strongly in favour of independent audit or assurance around Inline XBRL documents.

Review the blog on XBRL International's website.

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