The Arbitration Centre at the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs is an independent permanent arbitral institution which administrates arbitration in accordance with the Federal Law “On Arbitration (Arbitral Tribunals) in the Russian Federation” and the Law of the Russian Federation “On International Commercial Arbitration”.
The Arbitration Centre was he first arbitral institution in Russia which obtained the license to administrate arbitration by the Russian Federal Government Resolution No. 798-р, April 27, 2017.
The Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs (RSPP) is a non-political organisation established in June 1990. The RSPP is the largest representative of interests of Russian business within the country and abroad.
The Arbitration Centre may administrate any disputes subject to arbitration, including domestic arbitration, international commercial arbitration and arbitration of corporate disputes.
Parties are free to appoint arbitrators according to their needs and professional skills of arbitrators. Our list of arbitrators includes leading lawyers and counsel, retired judges, well-known professors, business representatives and public figures. All of them are highly skilled professionals well acquainted with specificities of disputes arising in different sectors of economy and spheres of law.
- 16 Arbitrators bear the title of Honored Jurist of the Russian Federation;
- 50 Arbitrators hold doctoral degrees in law or are Candidates of Juridical Studies;
- 53 Arbitrators have more than 10 years of experience in dispute resolution.
Convenient Location and Infrastructure
The Arbitration Centre provides modern rooms for oral hearings in the center of Moscow. Up to four hearings can be held simultaneously in specially equipped rooms. Parties can also freely use comfortable meeting and waiting rooms.
Online-arbitration and virtual hearings facilities
The Arbitration Centre successfully administers hundreds of cases each year through modern video-conferencing system (VCS) which provides advanced methods and procedures to ensure protection of confidential information. New online-filing system ensures safe submission, storage and tracking of case materials.
Cost Effective Procedure
It is sufficient to pay only a moderate registration fee to commence arbitral proceedings. Arbitration fee may be reduced by 30% in case of expedited proceedings based on written submissions or in case of conclusion of a settlement agreement.
Long-term Practical Experience
The Arbitration Centre is the successor of the Arbitration court at RSPP (established in 2006), the Arbitration commission at PJSC “Moscow Stock Exchange” (established in 1994) and the Arbitration court of the National Association of Securities Market Participants (NAUFOR) (established in 1997).
Key staff members of the Arbitration Centre have more than 10 years of experience in arbitration and have been trained in the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb). We guarantee a friendly approach, help and advice on any procedural questions, including those on the enforcement of arbitral awards. We collaborate with leading international arbitral institutions and participate in all key events in the field of arbitration.
An arbitral award is enforceable in more than 160 countries across the world (New York Convention, 1958).