Banking and Finance

The discontinuation of LIBOR and arbitration: issues of substance and procedure for parties and arbitrators

The global financial markets are currently preparing for the phasing out of the London Inter-bank Offered Rate (or LIBOR) and other Inter-bank Offered Rates (or IBORs). LIBOR is the most widely used benchmark interest rate globally, employed in an estimated … Continue reading

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Filed under Arbitration clauses, Banking and Finance, Challenges to awards, Confidentiality, Finance, Publications and Guides

WANT TO KNOW MORE ABOUT THE ASIAN INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENT BANK?

AIIB and HKIAC are presenting a joint seminar on the AIIB’s status, policies and projects on 21 February. The seminar, which is supported by Hong Kong’s Department of Justice and the ICC, features: an interview with AIIB’s General Counsel, Gerard … Continue reading

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ICC report on financial institutions and international arbitration: a condensed overview of a gradually changing landscape

This autumn, the ICC Commission on Arbitration and ADR published a report on Financial Institutions and International Arbitration (the "Report"). The Report offers a detailed analysis of the use of international arbitration in specialist sectors of the banking and finance … Continue reading

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Filed under Arbitration clauses, Arbitration proceedings, Arbitration rules, Banking and Finance, Institutions

Dispute Resolution choices for Finance Parties: A practical look at recent developments affecting dispute resolution options

Thursday 14th July 2016, 12.45 – 1.45pm BST Finance parties are often inclined to revert to favoured dispute resolution choices in their transactions. This default position is largely based on their perception of what offers the greatest flexibility or the … Continue reading

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Summary and expedited procedures in arbitration: good news for the financial services sector?

In this article, Nicholas Peacock, Dominic Kennelly and Anees Naim consider three recent developments which suggest that summary and expedited procedures are becoming more available in arbitrations. Will this make arbitration increasingly suitable for banks and financial institutions? This article … Continue reading

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Filed under Arbitration proceedings, Banking and Finance, Expedited Arbitration, Finance, Procedures in arbitration, Summary procedures