ICC Commission’s latest Report on Financial Institutions and International Arbitration reflects financial institutions’ perceptions and experience of international arbitration.
Arbitration, with its flexibility and worldwide enforcement, has the potential to become the preferred dispute resolution method for the world’s corporate and investment banks. This one-of-a-kind interdisciplinary Report addresses the potential benefits of international commercial arbitration in banking and financial matters and some common misperceptions about the process. It concludes with a series of detailed recommendations for tailoring the arbitration procedure to suit the needs of the banking and finance sectors.
The report offers an analytical survey of arbitration in twelve banking and financial sectors and products spanning all CIB financing, capital markets, asset management and advisory mandate fields. It is the linchpin of a new approach to dispute risk management in international banking and finance.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
All local, regional and international professionals involved in banking, finance and international arbitration: bankers, decision-makers in banks and funds, in-house counsel in the banking sector, government representatives, lawyers and arbitrators.
Launch Events Worldwide
The first global launch of this worldwide series of events was held in Rome on 8 November 2016
Upcoming Next: Hong Kong, 10 April; Singapore 11 April, London, 17 May 2017
Hard copies of the Report will be distributed to attendees at all launch events. The report “Financial Institutions and International Arbitration – ICC Arbitration & ADR Commission Report” can also be downloaded from the ICC website.