Global tribunal for bank disputes to launch in The Hague next year
A global financial disputes tribunal to settle complex international disputes is set to be created in The Hague next year. The launch, which is slated for the first half of next year, comes as a result of a roundtable featuring leading lawyers and financial experts held at the Peace Palace in The Hague yesterday (25 October). The meeting, which was organised by Dutch not-for-profit organisation World Legal Forum (WLF), was chaired by former Lord Chief Justice Lord Woolf of Barnes.
A global financial disputes tribunal to settle complex international disputes is set to be created in The Hague next year.
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