Singapore Ministry of Law and International Chamber of Commerce sign MOU to boost arbitration

Alexis Mourre, President of the ICC Court, Han Kok Juan, Deputy Secretary of MinLaw, John Danilovich, Secretary-General of ICC and Indranee Rajah SC, Senior Minister of State of MinLaw and Ministry of Finance

The Singapore Ministry of Law (MinLaw) and the International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) announced today that the ICC Court will set up a case management office in Singapore—aimed at boosting arbitration and serving the dispute resolution needs of businesses around the world.

MinLaw and the ICC Court announced their collaboration at the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)—a milestone agreement—in Singapore today. Under the terms of the MOU, MinLaw and the ICC Court will also work together to develop and promote Singapore as a seat and venue for arbitration in Asia through advancing thought leadership, developing talent and arbitration services, and undertaking joint marketing.

The MOU was signed by Han Kok Juan, Deputy Secretary of MinLaw and Alexis Mourre, President of the ICC Court, witnessed by Indranee Rajah SC, Senior Minister of State of MinLaw and Ministry of Finance and John Danilovich, Secretary-General of ICC at the 3rd ICC Asia Conference held in Singapore today.

Source: Singapore Ministry of Law and International Chamber of Commerce sign MOU to boost arbitration – ICC – International Chamber of Commerce