Singapore is a vibrant centre for alternative dispute resolution processes. After a quarter of a century of development, building up an arbitration-friendly environment and capabilities, Singapore has grown to be the venue of first choice for international businesses when it comes to resolving disputes in a neutral third country in Asia.
Singapore hosts arbitrations of all kinds. Covering a whole range of subject matters, some are administered by institutions, such as the Singapore International Arbitration Centre and the Paris-based International Chamber of Commerce. Many more are managed by the parties themselves — ad hoc arbitration and arbitration according to UNCITRAL Rules.
More and more parties from abroad choose Singapore, not because their contract has any connection with Singapore, but for the many advantages that Singapore has to offer as the seat of their arbitration.
To date, SIAC has handled around 1600 cases and is one of the fastest growing arbitral institutions in the world. Click on these links to see our latest statistics and profile of cases.