The Film

The film the Quiet Triumph - How Arbitration Changed the World, will have its world premiere at the SCC Centennial on 19 January 2017 in Stockholm.






With contributions by:


Jessica Fei, Partner, Herbert Smith Freehills, former legal counsel, CIETAC

Prof. Tang Houzhi, former Vice Chairman, CIETAC

Yu Jianlong, Vice Chairman, CIETAC; former Secretary General, CIETAC

Dai Wen, Associate, Mannheimer Swartling; former legal counsel, CIETAC



Prof. Alexander Komarov, former President, ICAC at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation; former Vice President, ICCA

Prof. Sergei Lebedev (1934 - 2016), former President, MAC at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation; former Vice President, ICCA 



Gerald Aksen, independent arbitrator, former General Counsel, American Arbitration Association

Robert Coulson, former President, American Arbitration Association

Richard Naimark, Senior Vice President, American Arbitration Association

David W. Rivkin, President, International Bar Association; Vice Chairman, SCC; Co-Chair, International Dispute Resolution Group at Debevoise & Plimpton LLP

Stephen M. Schwebel, independent arbitrator, former President, International Court of Justice

Gretta Walters, Associate, Chaffetz Lindsey LLP, former legal counsel, SCC



Ulf Franke, former Chairman, SCC, former Secretary General, SCC

Johan Gernandt, Consultant, Vinge; former Chairman, SCC

Lars Göthlin, former legal counsel, SCC; former General Counsel, Bofors AB and Nobel Industries

Prof. Kaj Hobér, Chairman, SCC

Nina Lagergren, wife of Gunnar Lagergren (1912-2008)


ABOUT: Martin Borgs, Director of Quiet Triumph

Since his debut 1200 miljarder (1200 Billions), Martin has produced eight documentaries. Among those Overdose—The Next Financial Crisis, an award-winning documentary that has been broadcasted in over 50 countries and attracted more than 3.5 million views on YouTube.

His latest production Någon annan betalar (Somebody Else Pays) broke the Swedish record for crowdfunding of a movie, and instantly became a YouTube-hit. 

Martin serves as a member of the board of the The Swedish Arts Council since 2011.