General Arbitration Tribunal of the Buenos Aires Stock Exchange

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General Information

  • Official name: General Arbitration Tribunal of the Buenos Aires Stock Exchange
  • Country: Argentina
  • City: Buenos Aires
  • Type of organization: Non-profit Corporation
  • Date of creation: 1963
  • Interests: Arbitration - Mediation ā€“ Conciliation
  • Fields of expertise: All types of disputes

Description

Origin

The arbitration system implemented by the Buenos Aires Stock Exchange, a non-profit corporation, was officially regulated in 1963 when permanent arbitrators acted exclusively as amiable compositeurs. The rules governing its organization and functioning were subject to several amendments, the most significant of which is that approved by the Corporate Registration Office through Resolution NĀ° 00052 of February 9, 1993.

Functions

The main purpose of the General Arbitration Tribunal consists in encouraging the use of mediation, conciliation and arbitration as expeditious and friendly means to settle controversies or disputes on property rights eligible for settlement. The Tribunal administers arbitrations under its Rules.

Services

The General Arbitration Tribunal maintains a list of arbitrators (exclusively members of the Buenos Aires Stock Exchange).

Contact

Sarmiento 299, 1002. City Buenos Aires

Phone: (54 11) 4316-7000

Fax: (54 11) 4316-7000

Email: dg@bcba.sba.com.ar

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