Caroline Falconer and Natalia Petrik new Deputy Secretary Generals at the SCC
SCC adds strengths to its operational and business development functions by appointing two new Deputy Secretary Generals – Caroline Falconer and Natalia Petrik.
– The recruitment of two Deputies will strengthen the position of the institution and its ability to develop our services in line with the expectations of the business community. It will ensure that we continue to innovate and provide our users with relevant and efficient dispute resolution services. I welcome Caroline to the SCC team and Natalia to her new role, and look forward to working with them both going forward, says Secretary General Kristin Campbell-Wilson.
Caroline Falconer will assume the role of Deputy Secretary General with operational responsibility, a role previously held by Secretary General Kristin Campbell-Wilson. Caroline has over 10 years of experience from various leading law firms as a former litigation and arbitration lawyer. Her most recent position was as Senior Legal Counsel at Vattenfall where she worked for nearly 7 years with commercial law, company compliance and integrity related issues. Caroline Falconer is also co-founder of Swedish Women in Arbitration Network (SWAN) and is currently Chairperson of the Swedish Company Lawyer’s Association (Sw. Sveriges Bolagsjurister).
– I am very much looking forward to being part of the excellent team at SCC and am so excited and honoured to get to contribute to this top end arbitration institute’s journey ahead, says Caroline Falconer.
Natalia Petrik will take on the role of Deputy Secretary General with responsibility for development and business relations. Natalia has a long and extensive experience from the arbitration industry and has been deeply involved in the daily work and operations at the SCC as Legal Counsel since 2005. Since assuming her role at the SCC, she has become a respected member of the Secretariat and has held a key position in activities related to East-West disputes arbitrated at the SCC. Before joining the SCC, Natalia worked as an arbitration and litigation associate with major Swedish law firms. Between 2006-2007 Natalia also served as Secretary at the SCC Mediation Institute and at the Young Arbitrators Sweden.
– I truly appreciate the confidence shown in me by the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce and feel privileged to be part of the SCC's team. I look very much forward to contributing to continued development of this leading arbitral institution, says Natalia Petrik.
Natalia Petrik will step into her new role on 1 April and Caroline Falconer will assume her new position on 9 May 2022.