Home / Business/ Seminar to be held on arbitration by SAARC Arbitration Council

Seminar to be held on arbitration by SAARC Arbitration Council


Comments / {{hitsCtrl.values.hits}} Views / Wednesday, 13 September 2017 00:00


SAARC Arbitration Council in collaboration with Sinhaputhra Finance PLC, is organising a seminar mainly to discuss how to adopt arbitration as a litigation process for a speedier recovery method specially in debt recovery, be it in the Banking and Finance sector or in any other sector which has debt recovery issues.

The seminar will be held on Saturday 23 September in Kandy at Sinhaputhra Finance PLC Auditorium. It will be organised by Thusantha Wijemanna, the Director General of SARCO, who has been a much sought after speaker at Banking and Finance company seminars since the early 1990s.

The Chief Guest will be K. Kanag-Isvaran P.C. who may be known as ‘The Father of Arbitration in Sri Lanka’ a distinguished senior lawyer who has written widely on the subject, including publishing the only available book on this procedure in Sri Lanka.

Speakers at this seminar will be High Court Judge K. Kanag-Isvaran PC, Mohan Weerakoon PC, Kaushalya Nawaratne, Attorney-at-Law, Thusantha Wijemanna Director General SARCO, Ravana Wijeyeratne, Managing Director Sinhaputhra Finance PLC, and Faazaan Mirza, SARCO.

This seminar is suited for CEOs, Heads of Legal and Heads of recoveries of Banks, Finance Companies, and other large companies saddled with debt recovery as a central concern.

Kindly register for limited seating by emailing: faazaan@sarco.org.pk.

SAARC Arbitration Council, Islamabad (SARCO) is a specialised body of the South Asian Association for Regional Co-operation (SAARC). Member States comprise of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, People’s Republic of Bangladesh, The Kingdom of Bhutan, Republic of India, Republic of Maldives, Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal, Islamic Republic of Pakistan and Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka.

SARCO provides a legal framework/forum within the region for fair and efficient settlement of commercial, industrial, trade, banking, investment and such other disputes, as may be referred to, while acting as the coordinating agency in the region for promoting Arbitration and Conciliation as a dispute resolution mechanism.


Share This Article


COMMENTS

Today's Columnists

Why are interest rates high?

Thursday, 21 September 2017

The general public is concerned about the high level of interest rates prevailing in the recent past. Interest rates influences the day-to-day life of ordinary people as it is the benchmark for all economic decisions.


Think, speak, walk and act with purpose!

Thursday, 21 September 2017

As a nation we are perhaps positioned within a time period where we need our population to act with purpose rather than with discord. We currently appear to find solace in distress and appear to be a nation in waiting for trouble with all the news al


CEB engineers and power generation proposals

Thursday, 21 September 2017

Future electricity supply to the country is sitting on a time bomb. Since latter part of 2016, expected rainfall failed to arrive and the rainfall in 2017 was worse. Meanwhile 3x300 MW capacity Norochcholai power plant’s generators failed to operat


Simple, sector-specific IoT solutions to drive economic value in Sri Lanka over the short term

Thursday, 21 September 2017

The Internet of Things, or IoT, is the next technological revolutionpoised to change the way we, and everything around us, communicate and interact. Management consultant company McKinsey forecasts that IoT will generate up to $11trillion a year in e


Columnists More