Recent macroeconomic woes affecting the developed world are likely to spill over to emerging markets, especially more financially vulnerable and politically unstable Latin America, currently facing a resurgence in left-wing nationalistic movements. The Latin American left-wing has often aimed at increasing the dominance of state-owned enterprises in the economy, adopting stronger regulation and stringent control on foreign investment, all of which could lead to contract breaches and increase in litigation over disputes in regulated industries such as oil & gas, utilities, and mining.
Quickly find the news or speech you are looking for:
In the lead up to ICC’s largest educational event of the year, the ICC International Commercial Mediation Competition, Clifford Chance’s Oliver Carroll shares his three predictions for the alternative dispute resolution mechanism in 2022.
The ICC-FIDIC International Construction Contracts Conference will take place virtually from 11-12 October. In anticipation of the event, Adrian Bell of CMS shares insights into the common risks and challenges associated with the construction industry. Mr Bell will showcase the latest data and analysis through its annual CMS International Construction Survey, which is to be launched at the high-level event.
This week, we wrapped up the 16th edition of the ICC New York Conference. During the event, leading regional experts discussed the role and benefits of arbitration and ADR in resolving environmental, social, and governance (“ESG”) disclosures and emissions trading disputes, while also sharing best practices and lessons learned for the resolution of these disputes and for contract drafting.
As we wrap up the end of the ICC MENA Conference on International Arbitration, Faris Shehabi, Managing Associate of Ince, explores specific issues that can arise in periods of economic downturn and the available tools to combat them.
After the launch of the International Chamber of Commerce’s (ICC) Global Survey on Trade Finance, Surecomp’s Vice-President of Digitisation, Tsafrir Attar, explains why the future is now for the global trade finance industry in his guest blog for the world business organization.
Ahead of the launch of the International Chamber of Commerce’s (ICC) Global Survey on Trade Finance, Deutsche Bank’s Global Head of Trade Finance Flow, Michael Dietz, discusses how supply chains are under significant pressure -- but will not break – and how part of the solution lies with the increasing proliferation of robust payables finance programmes and the acceleration of trade finance digitalisation in his guest blog for the world business organization.
Ahead of the launch of the International Chamber of Commerce’s (ICC) Global Survey on Trade Finance, BNY Mellon’s Global Head of Trade Finance Product and Portfolio Management, Joon Kim, explains how banks are showcasing their resilience throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, in his guest blog for the world business organization.
The 8th edition of the ICC MENA Conference on International Arbitration is currently underway in Dubai. With the evolution and expansion of international arbitration in the region, Roland Ziade and Andrew Plump of Linklaters take the opportunity to discuss current challenges facing international commerce and the opportunities presented for MENA participants in international arbitration in their latest guest blog for the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC).
As students and professionals from countries spanning the globe descend on Paris, France for the 15th ICC International Commercial Mediation Competition, Oliver Carroll and Jemima Roe of Clifford Chance set out why mediation skills are needed today more than ever.