The Ad Hoc Platform is a joint initiative by the SCC and HighQ (part of Thomson Reuters) to support the online administration of proceedings globally. It provides an efficient, secure and confidential platform for communications and file sharing between the parties and the tribunal.
The SCC online seminars and panels is an initiative introduced to maintain the dialogue with our users and other stakeholders in international arbitration, if for whatever reason, we cannot meet in person. The seminars are on a range of topic in Swedish, English or Russian. All the seminars and panels will be recorded and in time made available here.
SCC Secretary General Annette Magnusson shares her views on the correlation between arbitration and climate change, Stockholm Treaty Lab, as well as arbitration as a tool for solving conflicts. The interview is a part of Konrad Partners special interview series on hot topics in international arbitration called “Vienna Arbitration Talks”.
Camera Arbitrale di Milano (CAM), German Arbitration Institute (DIS), Vienna International Arbitral Centre of the Austrian Federal Economic Chamber (VIAC) and Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce (SCC) in a joint video message.
Did you know that the SCC has a confession camera? Well, we do. In September 2019 it managed to catch SCC Head of Business Development, Lise Alm, talking about the SCC Platform.
SCC Secretary General Annette Magnusson, a thought leader and superstar according to the Guide to Regional Arbitration, gives her thoughts about innovation in the field of arbitration, the future and the SCC staff.
In June 2019, Stockholm Chamber of Commerce's price "Boosting the Capital" was awarded to Stockholm International Hearing Center. We visited their venue in March to figure out why Linda Fuglesang, Nicolas Martinez and their colleagues are so great at taking care of the arbitration community.
Annette Magnusson (SCC Secretary General) talks about appointment of arbitrators at the Arbitration Open in Madrid 9th of May 2019.
SCC Secretary General Annette Magnusson´s speech about Climate Change and Arbitration from the 24th International Council for Commercial Arbitration (ICCA) Congress held in Sydney, Australia from 15–18 April 2018.
Footage kindly provided by ICCA.
The success of international arbitration is generally only understood by the actors working within it, and now is the time to make an unknown story known. For many centuries, international arbitration has played an important role in enabling peaceful and constructive relationships among states. By enabling common rules and peaceful dispute resolution, arbitration has been an important building block in the growth of international trade and economic development.
Directed by Swedish documentary film producer Martin Borgs. He tells the story of international arbitration, with events in Sweden in the foreground.
Short film advertising the release of the film The Quiet Triumph.