6th annual gathering of leading arbitrators, lawyers, forensics and
academics at the University of Basel will focus on how arbitrators can
better address allegations of corruption or money laundering in relation
to underlying disputes.
The panels will explore evolutions in applicable law, evidence, legal
consequences, enforcement and transnational public policy since the
publication of the 2019 Toolkit for Arbitrators: Corruption and Money Laundering in International Arbitration. A special session will look at arbitration and art.
Based on the discussions, an updated Toolkit will be circulated among participants for comments.
The conference is organised by the Arbitration and Crime Competence
Centre led by Professor Mark Pieth and Dr Kathrin Betz, with the support
of the Basel Institute on Governance and the International Academy of
Financial Crime Litigators. The organisers thank the sponsors BDO,
Bonifassi Avocats and EY.