BANI Arbitration Centre

Wahana Graha, 1st, 2nd and 4th floorsJl Mampang Prapatan No. 2Jakarta 12760IndonesiaTel: +62 21 794 05 42Fax: +62 21 794 05 [email protected] Indonesian Chamber of Commerce (KADIN Indonesia) established BANI Arbitration Center in 1977. As an independent arbitration centre, BANI has arbitrators both Indonesian and foreign. They are selected based on their highest reputation and integrity. BANI has its headquarters in Jakarta and several offices in other cities in Indonesia. BANI was established for the following purposes.• To participate in the law enforcement process through the application of arbitration and alternative dispute resolution (ADR) for resolving national and international disputes in the various sectors of trade, industry and finance, such as commercial disputes concerning construction, corporate matters, insurance, financial institution, aviation, telecommunication, mining, sea and air transportation, manufacturing, intellectual property rights, licensing, franchise, shipping/maritime issues, and others within the scope as set forth by laws and regulations and international practices.• To provide services for dispute settlement through arbitration or other forms of ADR, such as negotiation, mediation, conciliation and binding opinion in accordance with Rules of Procedures of BANI or other arbitration rules.• To act autonomously and independently in regard of upholding law and justice.• To carry out studies, research and education programmes pertaining to arbitration and ADR.BANI is one of the founders and members of the Asia Pacific Regional Arbitration Group and the Regional Arbitrator Institute Forum. BANI is also a member of International Council for Commercial Arbitration. The governing board of BANI is M Husseyn Umar (chairman), Anangga W Roosdiono and Huala Adolf (vice-chairmen) and N Krisnawenda (secretary-general).

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