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Credit Suisse is further expanding their use of the MDD Platform and, in addition to the annual corporate reporting, is now also publishing their code of conduct on our solution. In this article, you will find out which advantages this offers CS as well as what Andrea Bargetzi, Head of Digital Experience & Marketing, and Jo-Wayne Peacock, Head Strategic Brand Management, think about our concept.
The historic year of 2020 will be remembered for quite some time – it also brought with it a heightened awareness of a great variety of digital issues. GoingPublic Magazine spoke with Armin Galliker about the current trends – not only concerning Switzerland itself, of course.
As a Platinum Partner of the Center for Corporate Reporting (CCR), we are proud to look back on the premiere of the first digital Geschäftsberichte-Symposium (GBS) 2020 with the appropriate title "Impact - nothing else matters". Thanks to the exciting best practice cases, current trends and inspiring key-notes, we were able to get very valuable insights.
On 12 September, a «Report or you will be reported» workshop took place in the Swiss Finance Museum in collaboration with the Center for Corporate Reporting. The event was sponsored by Management Digital Data (MDD). Two compelling keynotes introduced participants to the dimensions and consequences of alternative data sources, and were followed by interesting and informative discussions.
As the Platinum Partner of the Center for Corporate Reporting (CCR), we are looking back to an eventful 10th Geschäftsberichte-Symposium (GBS). Interesting inputs, Best Practice Sessions and networking at the highest level made the day a complete success and let us look into the future of reporting. We have captured many impressions for you.
An XBRL workshop with financial experts took place on October 23, organised by the Center for Corporate Reporting and MDD. The presentations of international speakers and the discussions showed that the reporting language XBRL meets the pulse of the times.
The CFA Institute publication, Data and Technology: How Information Is Consumed in The New Age addresses the consumption of structured data. Long heralded as a boon to analysts and investors alike, structured data is now fulfilling this promise. In this paper we look at which data are available and how data are being consumed. Further, we refute the claim by some that the data are not being used.
If data is the new gold, reporting needs to rapidly shift to the gold standard. Corporate reporting must respond to the need to make information AI-useful, to enhance trust and reliability in decision-useful data, and to incorporate integrated thinking into our reports, in a way that is comparable, digital and discoverable. The XBRL standard is being rapidly adopted across the world. It’s now time to think about corporate reporting through a digital lens.