Corporate membership in XBRL US provides your entire organization with access to resources, support for questions related to taxonomies and filings, regular communications, a peer network of experts, discounted training and services and opportunities to provide leadership.

Most importantly, corporate members influence the standard by providing input on strategy and development.  Plus, membership can help you increase visibility for products and services and your own expertise through our web site, collateral materials, trade shows, events, speaking engagements and contributions to articles.

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benefits of XBRL US Membership
for your organization.

Some additional benefits of membership:

  • Early access to development projects, regulatory issues and industry trends
  • Tools like the XBRL US Tools for SEC Filers to create better quality XBRL data, and others for research like the XBRL US Database of Public Filings
  • Join influential committees and working groups that help set direction and provide oversight

Can’t find the right option from the list for your organization? Send a note to membership@xbrl.us and we’ll follow up with you.

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Organizations like these know the value of XBRL US Membership

Member since
August, 2000

KPMG LLP

KPMG LLP is the audit and tax firm that has maintained a continuous commitment throughout its history to providing leadership, integrity and quality to the capital markets. The Big Four firm with the strongest growth record over the past decade, KPMG offers clients scale, global reach, industry insights and a multidisciplinary range of services. KPMG […more]

Learn more about KPMG's offerings and participation as member of the XBRL US Professional Services community.


Member since
January, 2012

Baruch College – Zicklin School of Business

The Zicklin School of Business can trace its roots back nearly 100 years. In 1919, City College established a School of Business and Civic Administration on Lexington Avenue in Manhattan, offering its first MBA program one year later. This school was renamed in 1953 in honor of alumnus Bernard M. Baruch, noted statesman and financier, […more]

Learn more about Baruch College's offerings and participation as member of the XBRL US Academic Institution community.


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