Forming a Jurisdiction
Organisations in countries or regions which do not yet have a jurisdiction are encouraged to form one. This approach to collaboration is the most effective way of promoting XBRL.
If you are interested in forming a jurisdiction, please contact XBRL International via the e-mail address email@example.com to discuss your options. XBRL International has a special group, the Membership Development Committee, which is dedicated to the formation of new jurisdictions.
XBRL International has recently published a new version of the "Guide to Forming a Jurisdiction" to assist those interesting in forming a jurisdiction or developing an initial start-up organisation.
Until a jurisdiction is formed in your country, XBRL provides a Direct Member program which enables you to participate in XBRL International activities. To become a Direct Member, please fill out the Organisation Registration Form, and select “Developing Jurisdictions” from the Jurisdiction drop-down list. You will be contacted regarding the details of this program.