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UK- EU Relationship: New Beginnings

On 31 January 2020, the United Kingdom withdrew from the European Union and the European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom). In Feb 2020, the European Commission has issued a recommendation to the Council to open negotiations ...

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TPF, A Controversial Issue in Arbitration

One of the novel legal phenomena in the international arbitration community nowadays is Third Party Funding (TPF). This mechanism has raised many questions and legal challenges regarding the issue of ethics in arbitration, especially the ...

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The New Singapore Convention Conference

The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb) is a not-for-profit, UK registered charity working in the public interest through an international network of 40 branches with membership of 16000 individuals from all over the world. It ...

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Board Practices in Iran Turkey and Pakistan

Comparison the business environment, private sector development and the perceptions of company managers about the business environment, privatization process and corporate governance in Iran, Pakistan and Turkey is a very promising study.  The three countries under ...

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Corporate Governance in MENA region

Corporate governance is not a new phenomenon in the transition economies of the Middle East. Corporate governance issues are especially important in these economies since these countries do not have the long-established (financial) institutional infrastructure ...

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FATF Black and Grey

َWhat Exactly is The FATF Blacklist? Being blacklisted on the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) list is quite a challenge as it can put a harsh toll on a nation’s economy and international transactions. Iran was ...

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Iranian Bank Sanctions Settlement with The EU

Previous cases are not always outdated and its chain of reasoning and arguments can be applied towards the common law and relevant recent cases. Zaiwalla & Co represented Iran’s Bank Mellat in its 2015 trial.  ...

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The Singapore Convention on Mediation

Today mediation is an alternative and effective method for resolving trade disputes and if done correctly, it will definitely assist in dispute prevention and from any argument to expand and grow. In the long run,  ...

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