Explore the intersection of regulation, technology and business. How does structured data combine with new technology? Create new data insights, new confidence and new decision capabilities.
Data Amplified is a conference that is focused on the impacts that new data technologies and processes are having on how data is reported and how it is used to advance business goals.
Program in a nutshell
- Explore the state of the art in business reporting, including implementation best practices and tactics to make data more accurate, accessible and available.
- Hear updates from the experts on the next developments in the XBRL Specifications, case studies from key regulators and new developments in structured Financial Statement and structured Risk and Compliance reporting.
- Gain insight into new ways of thinking about data that will enable you to more quickly and efficiently achieve your strategic business goals.
- Grasp the fundamentals and implications of emerging technologies like Big Data, Blockchain and Artificial Intelligence.
Don't miss Invoke sessions!
The FinTech Innovations Track will explore new ways of thinking about data – that break down the silos between external and internal reporting; that moves past compliance mandates and towards a data-centric environment that marries the proven benefits of structured data with the capabilities and the possibilities of emerging technologies like Big Data, Blockchain and Artificial Intelligence.
Standardisation and Interoperability
November 9, 2016, 1:45 pm-3:00 pm • Grand Ballroom 2
The importance of interoperability in reporting cannot be understated. In this session we will be covering topics such as how regulators and filers are using XBRL to meet risk reporting mandates in the insurance and banking sectors, how the rise in demand from investors for sustainability and Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) information is driving increased standardisation and new hot topics in interoperability.
The Bridge Spanning Technical and Business Requirements
Antoine Bourdais, Director of the Banking and Insurance Division at Invoke
Although various business domains (banking, insurance, market authorities, tax reporting…) all use XBRL, they don’t all necessarily use it in the same way. In this talk, Bourdais will draw on the analysis of more than 10 years of XBRL implementations to illustrate how key business needs in multiple business domains have been met using key XBRL Specifications, including feedback on cross-border European regulations (CRD IV versus Solvency II); the key-role of the Data Model in implementing standards and hot topics in interoperability, with a focus on the international agenda (AEoI/CRS, FATCA, BEPS…).
Innovation in Technology: Quick-fire Software Demonstrations
November 9, 2016, 3:45 pm-5:30 pm • Grand Ballroom 2
This session will be comprised of a series of short, focused demonstrations showcasing the latest technical innovations in the world of Data. Each speaker will be given just 8 minutes to give a presentation that must include a live software demonstration. This is a great opportunity to keep abreast of recent developments in the world of Data technology.
Survival of the fittest standard: Why digital natural selection elected XBRL for reporting?
Clément Duhamel, Project Manager at Invoke
Attend an eight-minute live demo of Invoke's new generation of XBRL web portal and figure out why!