British Virgin Islands International Arbitration Centre Announces a signed Cooperation Agreement with the Energy Disputes Arbitration Centre
TORTOLA, British Virgin Islands (January 13, 2022) – The British Virgin Islands International Arbitration Centre (BVI IAC), an independent not-for-profit institution serving the demands for dispute resolution in the international business community, today announced that it has signed a Cooperation Agreement with Energy Disputes Arbitration Centre on 2 December 2021.
According to Süleyman BOŞÇA, Chairman of Energy Disputes Arbitration Center: “We are excited to work with the BVI International Arbitration Centre to jointly promote international arbitration and raise international arbitration standards.”
Hana DOUMAL, Registrar of the BVI International Arbitration Centre said: “We are also excited to work with the Energy Disputes Arbitration Center. We look forward to continued collaboration and mutual support to promote the more effective resolution of international disputes through arbitration.”
The BVI is renowned for offering a quality legal framework and a stable political environment as a British Overseas Territory. Many businesses, across industries, benefit from resolving disputes via arbitration in the BVI because of the flexible 2021 arbitration rules and its modern legislation
About BVI IAC: The British Virgin Islands International Arbitration Centre (BVI IAC) was established to meet the rapidly evolving dispute resolution needs of arbitration users worldwide. The Centre meets the demands of the international business community for a neutral, impartial, efficient and reliable dispute resolution institution in the Caribbean, Latin America and at the cross-roads of the Americas. The BVI offers a quality legal framework and a stable political environment as a British Overseas Territory Party to the New York Convention. Users of the BVI IAC arbitration clause benefit from arbitration-friendly legislations that improve ease of business and support. The BVI IAC Panel includes arbitrators from over 40 countries, speaking more than 20 languages, and is one of the most gender-diverse panels in the world. Equipped with state-of-the-art technology and the flexibility to meet the unique requirements of any virtual arbitration, BVI IAC offers world-class facilities for conducting arbitral hearings. For more information, please visit WWW.BVIIAC.ORG.
About EDAC: Energy Disputes Arbitration Center (EDAC), with its head office in Ankara, was established to resolve the disputes between companies in Central Asia, Europe, Balkans, Middle East, America, and Africa regarding Energy and Infrastructure Law. It is the first and only sectoral arbitration center focused on energy disputes and operated as an international arbitration center. For more information, go to https://arbitrationcenter.org/.