The revised SCC-ISDA model clause, facilitating the use of arbitration as a recommendable dispute resolution alternative by banks and financial institutions, is included in the updated 2018 ISDA Arbitration Guide. This guide supersedes the earlier (2013) version.
For the 2019 issue the European Investment Law and Arbitration Review is seeking submissions on recent developments in international investment law, with a focus on the theme ‘The EU as a policy driver of international investment law’.
We would like to take this opportunity to express our appreciation to everyone who in different capacities have contributed to the SCC mission during the past year.
The conference will take on the theme Caribbean, Latin America and other emerging markets - International and National Arbitration Centers: Cross-border, Coorperation and Partnerships. SCC Secretary General Annette Magnusson will participate.
The conference will give you the opportunity to tackle highly contentious issues related to winning commercial and investment disputes and recovering misappropriated assets and funds involving Russian and CIS governments, corporations, financial institutions, family offices and (ultra) HNWIs. SCC Legal Counsel Natalia Petrik will speak on January 30.
Board meetings are held once per month. The function of the SCC Board is to make decisions as required under the SCC Rules. This includes decisions regarding prima facie jurisdiction, appointment of arbitrators, challenge to arbitrators and the costs of the arbitration.