- ICC report on financial institutions and international arbitration
- Original news
- The use of arbitration in financial disputes
- Financial Institutions’ perceptions and preferences
- Types of transactions and/or disputes
- Sovereign finance
- Investor-state arbitration
- Regulatory Matters
- International Financing
- Islamic Finance
- International Financial Institutions, Development Finance Institutions, and Export Credit Agencies
- Advisory Matters
- Asset Management
- What did the task force recommend?
- What conclusions may be drawn?
Arbitration analysis: On 9 November 2016, the ICC Commission on Arbitration and ADR (ICC) published a report on financial institutions and international arbitration. The report was the result of a two-year study by the ICC Task Force on Financial Institutions and International Arbitration (the Task Force), which examined the use of both international commercial and investor-state arbitration by financial institutions in a wide range of activities. Steven Finizio, Manuel Casas, Jonny Lim, and Rina See of WilmerHale consider the ICC’s report and summarise the Task Force’s findings and recommendations.
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