Study highlights international presence of the CAM-CCBC.

Arbitration has been increasingly used and will continue to grow in the coming years as an alternative method for settling disputes in the field of existing conflicts, especially between countries and investors. The statement comes from one of the most comprehensive arbitration studies conducted by Queen Mary University of London and White & Case. The 2018 International Arbitration Survey: The Evolution of International Arbitration listed the most respected institutions, preferred venues for procedures, arbitrators, forms of funding, as well as efficiency and confidentiality in administering procedures – the two attributes of arbitration.

For the survey, 922 people were interviewed, among them lawyers, arbitrators, academics, specialists and investors.

97% of respondents chose international arbitration as their preferred means of settling any disputes.

The CAM-CCBC presents a notable highlight in the field of institutions responsible for administering arbitration procedures, ranking third in Latin America and eighth in the world ranking.

The Arbitration and Mediation Center of the Brazil-Canada Chamber of Commerce is the largest and most traditional Brazilian arbitration chamber. Its position in the survey is a reflection of the quality and efficiency of the CAM in administering procedures that always seek to modernize its structure, constant qualification of its teams, innovation of techniques that can contribute to greater agility and efficiency in the administration of procedures.