Anne Leslie-Bini is Managing Partner at PSW Consulting, a Parisian-based consultancy specialized in leveraging technology advancements to optimize the business information supply chain, with a specific focus on the digital reporting of regulated information . Anne has a a background in Capital Markets and currently heads the company's business operations, corporate and legal affairs. Anne has been active within the wider XBRL community since 2009, participating in a number of international working groups and conferences, and is also well-known on Twitter.
By Anne Leslie-Bini on September 12, 2011
WITH financial data providers increasingly using XBRL filings in the numbers they deliver to Wall Street, poor corporate reporting controls are threatening company reputations and raising the specter of investors making trading decisions based on faulty figures.
By Anne Leslie-Bini on May 2, 2011
XBRL US Labs, the research arm of the XBRL US consortium, recently released a tool to show how data reported in eXtensible Business Reporting Language can be compiled within minutes of being posted on EDGAR and then presented in a way that makes analysis simple and visually interesting.
By Anne Leslie-Bini on April 6, 2011
SINCE many companies have yet to make a decision about how they will meet the US Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) looming XBRL deadline, we have put together a “Shoppers Guide” to help them navigate their way through the XBRL vendor market.
By Anne Leslie-Bini on March 9, 2011
WHEN you work with eXtensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL) on a daily basis like I do, it’s easy to forget – and sometimes a little disconcerting — that most people don’t share your enthusiasm for the standard and its potential.
By Anne Leslie-Bini on February 20, 2011
AMERICAN businesses affected by Sarbanes-Oxley legislation still vividly remember the days leading up to the deadline for SOX 404 compliance back in 2004/2005, and the vast army of internal control specialists that were mobilized — at sometimes eye-watering rates — to help filers meet their Section 404 requirements.