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QFC Regulatory Tribunal and the Resolution of Regulatory Disputes in Financial Zones

Location: WebEx


International Commercial Courts are an institutional innovation in transnational adjudication established to resolve private and commercial law disputes. Some of these courts are created within free financial zones as the default forum for all disputes arising out of the zone. In the Qatar Financial Centre (QFC), the Regulatory Tribunal hears complaints raised by individuals and corporate bodies against decisions of the QFC regulators. Similar functions are undertaken by courts in other zones.

This webinar will highlight the resolution of administrative and regulatory disputes in QFC and other free financial zones.


Susan L. Karamanian, Dean, College of Law, HBKU

Susan L. Karamanian

Dean, College of Law, HBKU

georgios dimitropoulos

Georgios Dimitropoulos

Associate Professor, College of Law, HBKU


Sir William Blair

Sir William Blair

Chair, Qatar Financial Centre (QFC) Regulatory Tribunal, Doha; Professor of Financial Law and Ethics, Queen Mary University of London; 3 Verulam Buildings (3VB) Chambers, London

Christopher Grout

Christopher Grout

Registrar, Qatar International Court and Dispute Resolution Centre, Qatar

Chris Campbell-Holt

Chris Campbell-Holt

Registrar and Chief Executive, Astana International Financial Centre (AIFC) Court and International Arbitration Centre, Kazakhstan

Saima Hanif

Saima Hanif

Barrister, 3 Verulam Buildings (3VB) Chambers, London

This webinar will be conducted in English, on the Webex platform.


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