International Arbitration Guide

Describe the international arbitration governing bodies/structure in your jurisdiction.

The Singapore International Commercial Court was launched on 5 January 2015 and it is a division of the General Division of the Singapore High Court and part of the Supreme Court of Singapore designed to deal with transnational commercial disputes. Separately, the Singapore International Arbitration Centre was established in 1991 as an independent, not-for-profit organisation that provides neutral arbitration services to the global business community.

Describe any unique circumstances in your country that affect international arbitration (i.e., change in government, etc.).

Not Applicable.

Please provide a brief overview of your firms international arbitration capabilities (team members, experience as litigators in arbitration as well as experience as arbitrators).

We provide a full range of services for international dispute resolution from negotiation to arbitration and mediation regarding any kind of disputes.

In which areas does your firm handle arbitration? (i.e., international investment, infrastructure, public works, energy, construction, etc.)

Banking, Insurance, Construction etc.

Which industries does your firm serve in this area (i.e., energy, insurance, public concessions, etc.)?

Banking, Insurance, Construction etc.

Does your firm provide lawyer representation or certified arbitrator resources, or both? Please describe.

A.Ang, Seah & Hoe provides lawyer representation in several arbitral institutions such as the Singapore International Commercial Court (SICC) and Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC).

A. Ang, Seah & Hoe


A. Ang, Seah & Hoe Advocates & Solicitors
63 Market Street #05-01
Bank of Singapore Centre
Singapore 048942
Tel: +65 6225 8998