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Arbitration and the Belt & Road Initiative

  • Tuesday 27 October 2020 17:00-18:15
  • Online
  • Organisation : CCIG, JCC, RCAN

What dispute resolution opportunities are arising from the Belt & Road Initiative (BRI) ? Where do they stand at present in view of the Covid-19 crisis ? How can BRI disputes benefit from the expertise of existing arbitration institutions ? What role do institutions expect to play in the long-term ? Will there be room for all of them ? 

Program & Speakers


Welcome address
Mr Vincent Subilia, General Director, CCIG.


Arbitration and the Belt & Road Initiative  - The conversation
Clarisse von Wunschheim, Partner, Head of the China Desk and Head of the Arbitration Practice Group at Altenburger (Zurich), Member of the Arbitration Court of Swiss Chambers’ Arbitration Institution (SCAI).

Baptiste Rigaudeau, Associate in the Arbitration Practice Group at Lalive (Geneva), Member of the ICC's Commission on the Belt & Road Initiative.

Vitaliy Kozachenko, Partner and Managing Director at Fortior Law (Geneva), Member of the Board of the Caspian Arbitration Society

Hu Yupeng (Yves), Associate in the Dispute Resolution Group at Junhe (China).

Laurence Ponty, Counsel at Archipel (Geneva), Member of RCAN Executive Comittee and Chair of the JCC Legal & Tax Chapter.




End of the event

Who should attend ? Arbitration practitioners , in-house counsel, academics and students focusing on Asia and CIS related dispute resolution.  

You will receive a confirmation email with the Zoom link at noon the day of the webinar. 



  • Price for CCIG members CHF 20
  • Price for non-members CHF 40
N.B. In the event of withdrawal announced less than 48 hours before the event, the registration fee remains due. We inform you that photos and / or videos could be taken. By participating in this event, you authorize the CCIG to use them on various media to promote its activities.

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