21 November 2017, 16:00 -
As one of fastest growing economic regions globally, the Asia Pacific region is a key priority market for many multinational corporations and investors. In resolving complex multi-jurisdictional disputes, corporations have long since favoured arbitration over court litigation, and the key legal hubs in APAC are therefore experiencing exponential growth in the number of arbitrations held or seated in their respective states.
Join us as we examine the international arbitration regimes in the major APAC arbitration venues, particularly Hong Kong and Singapore - and compare them against world standards set by the European centres of Paris, London, Geneva, Zurich, or Stockholm. Expect a lively discussion as we invite representatives from the SIAC and HKIAC to share their thoughts and expertise on arbitration in their institutions and jurisdictions.
Join our key speakers who each have established experience in international arbitration both in the region as well as globally, as they share their market expertise and insights from their experience:
Nicolas Wiegand, Managing partner, CMS Hong Kong
Steven Lim, Partner, CMS Singapore
Sarah Grimmer, Secretary General, HKIAC
Kevin Nash, Deputy Registrar & Centre Director, SIAC