Arbitrator Listing Policy
- BIAMC welcomes all of its members to be listed in our Arbitrator Panel. Admission is by invitation by BIAMC Board of Founding Members and/or Advisors, or by application submitted to BIAMC.
- Applicants wishing to submit their applications to be listed in our Arbitrator Panel/Directory are required to have the following minimum qualifications:
- Tertiary education;
- At least 15 years of experience in their fields of expertise;
- At least 35 years old;
- Not a court officer (judges, prosecutor or registrar);
- A Certified Member from BIAMC1 or a member in any prominent professional arbitration institute (for eg. CIArb);
- Completed at least 1 (one) commercial arbitral awards, or a fellowship from BIAMC, or passed an advanced certification course in international arbitration (which syllabus include award writing, practice and procedure, etc) from a prominent professional arbitration institute; and
- Be of good standing and character, attested by the candidate themselves2.
- BIAMC reserves the discretionary right to admit or refuse admission to the Arbitrator Panel/Directory. The applicants may be required to follow further admission process, such as interview.
- Arbitrators admitted and listed in BIAMC Arbitrator Panel/Directory will be subject to Continuing Professional Development (CPD) scheme requirements to ensure the quality of our arbitrators. BIAMC will announce the CPD scheme requirements [bi-annually] according to the jurisdiction in which the arbitrators are qualified. Failing to satisfy such CPD requirements may result in the delisting from the Arbitrator Panel/Directory.
- BIAMC will retain all candidate’s personal data and will use them according to our Personal Data (Privacy) Policy Notice.
- Submit an application to be listed in our Arbitrator Panel here.
2BIAMC will conduct due diligence on the candidate. If there is any reasonable doubt to the candidate’s attestation of their good standing character, we may request additional reference(s) or refuse admission based on our discretionary rights.