HK, Russian arbitration centres join hands


The Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC) recently entered into a co-operation agreement with the Arbitration Centre at the Institute of Modern Arbitration (IMA), a Russian arbitral institution approved by the Russian government to administer arbitrations in Russia.

The agreement was signed by Matthew Gearing QC, chairperson of the HKIAC, and Yury Pilipenko, president of the board of the IMA, in Hong Kong.

“The agreement provides an express framework under which the two institutions will work together to develop and promote international arbitration and other dispute resolution mechanisms through various forms of collaboration,” said Gearing.

Matthew Gearing QC (left) and Yury Pilipenko
Matthew Gearing QC (left) and Yury Pilipenko

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