Webinar: The Market & Maritime Arbitration: “A Recap and Some Possible Future Positions”
Singapore Chamber of Maritime Arbitration and LWP.Sg Consultants lead the discussion at the next Baltic Exchange/ICS webinar.
In the upcoming Baltic Exchange-Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers lecture, Punit Oza, Executive Director & Registrar of Singapore Chamber of Maritime Arbitration (SCMA) and Lee Wai Pong, Principal of LWP.Sg Consultants, help unravel the drivers and decision making processes that sit behind maritime arbitrations and what changes are taking place in the world of maritime disputes.
Click here to register.
The Singapore Chamber of Maritime Arbitration (SCMA) is a specialist arbitration institution for the resolution of maritime and international trade disputes. It is guided by its principal aim of providing a comprehensive set of non-administered arbitration rules with optional features. SCMA offers the maritime and international trade communities a neutral, cost-effective and flexible framework to resolve their disputes fairly and expeditiously.
Punit Oza, Executive Director & Registrar of Singapore Chamber of Maritime Arbitration (SCMA)
Lee Wai Pong, Scribe
15:00 – Introduction – Mark Ma, The Baltic Exchange
15:05 – Arbitration & Shipbrokers – In search of adding value to a deal – Punit Oza, SCMA
15:35 – Scribe: A tool for those in shipping used to resolve disputes – Lee Wai Pong, Scribe
15:45 – Q&A