SIAC - Arbitration in Singapore, an ILN Conference Re-Cap

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Although generally I would make every effort to offer posts from our ILN conferences as they happen, in this case I am forced to write them after the fact. Because of the political turmoil in Bangkok, we had to make the decision four weeks before our Annual Meeting to move the conference to Singapore, so I was knee deep in last minute decisions and more on-site planning and execution as a result than is normally the case. So without further ado, I bring you some of the highlights from the ILN's 22nd Annual Meeting in Singapore!

In the first days of our visit, we had the pleasure of visiting Maxwell Chambers, the home of the Singapore International Arbitration Centre, where we met their head of business development, Ms. Rachel Foxton, and their CEO, Mr. Ming Naing Oo. We saw several of their hearing rooms and learned more about the benefits of arbitration in Singapore during our Saturday morning session.

In recent years, Singapore has become an arbitration hub for the region, thanks to a number of initiatives making it easier to do arbitration there. One of these, Rachel told our group, was the construction of Maxwell Chambers. The SIAC is one of many arbitral institutions based there, along with the ICC and AAA.

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