The Asian International Arbitration Centre (Malaysia) (“AIAC”) sits in one of Malaysia’s most iconic buildings, Bangunan Sulaiman. Formerly known as Kuala Lumpur Regional Centre for Arbitration (“KLRCA”).
As we step into a new day and age of dispute resolution, the Asian International Arbitration Centre (“AIAC” or “the Centre”) has taken up the baton of its predecessor, the Kuala Lumpur Regional Centre for Arbitration (“KLRCA”) and is set to broaden boundaries beyond the horizon and deliver the future. Behind the new AIAC brand, we are still the same organization with a proven track record for the provision of world-class institutional support as a neutral and independent venue for the conduct of domestic and international arbitration and other alternative dispute resolution (ADR) proceedings. This new identity is a natural reflection of our ongoing commitment to the global ADR ecosystem and the stakeholders we serve as we remain dedicated to providing the best possible services and innovations in the industry, focusing on ADR, dispute avoidance and holistic dispute management.
Chamber of Commerce and Industry has number of representative offices abroad which are aimed to simplify mechanism of interaction between local and foreign businessmen. They are actively informing general public about international opportunities and prospects of doing business in Uzbekistan, investment promotion, technology and equipment in our country and the promotion of domestic products in the world markets, organize seminars, meetings and conferences with the participation of representatives of business circles of countries partners.
CCI is also putting emphasis on deepening and expanding cooperation with chambers of commerce, business alliances and associations from foreign countries. An example of such cooperation is number of effective joint projects on various aspects of entrepreneurship.
The Kazakhstan International Arbitration (hereinafter – the KIA), is an independent permanent arbitration institution that deals with disputes not only under the laws of the Republic of Kazakhstan, but also according to the rules of law chosen by the parties to the proceedings.
The Panamanian Chapter of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC Panama) is a non-profit association, founded in our country in 2004, with the purpose that had exclusive representation in the World Business Organization and thus facilitate participation active of companies of our country in the general activities of ICC.
ICC is the world business organization, helping businesses of all sizes and in all countries to operate both internationally and responsibly. With a global network of over 6 million members in more than 100 countries, we work to promote international trade, responsible business conduct and a global approach to regulation through our unique mix of advocacy and standard setting activities – together with market leading dispute resolution services.
The CANACO Mediation and Arbitration Center, as a fundamental part of its activities, organizes different academic events such as symposia, workshops, seminars, practical sessions, etc., with the aim of raising awareness of arbitration issues and alternative mechanisms for dispute resolution (MASC). . It also collaborates with educational institutions and government agencies to disseminate the culture of the MASC and to fulfill the educational task that corresponds to it.
International Commercial Arbitration Court at the Ukrainian CCI (the ICAC) is a flagship institution among the arbitration institutions in Central and Eastern Europe and a recognized arbitration institution worldwide. The ICAC stands for the leading international arbitration standards in Ukraine and offers arbitration which makes arbitration processes comfortable, efficient, fast and transparent for the parties.
BAPMI’s establishment is inseparable from demands of Indonesian Capital Market players to have their own special out-of-court dispute settlement board in Capital Market to be handled by those who are experts in Capital Market, in quick and inexpensive processes, with final and binding decisions, and for fairness and justice.