Saudi Center for Commercial Arbitration

The Saudi Center for Commercial Arbitration (SCCA) is a not-for-profit organisation established by a Saudi minister council decision in 2014 to administer alternative dispute resolution (ADR) procedures in commercial disputes where parties agree to refer their disputes to SCCA arbitration and mediation, all in accordance with regulations in force and judicial principles of civil and commercial procedure.

An independent well-known foreign and national expertise board of directors is formed by a high order from the prime minister. No board members may hold a government position.

SCCA's ADR services, including arbitration and mediation, are provided in accordance with international and professional standards in Arabic and English.

SCCA also provides customers with professional institutional services by a staff trained to international best practice standards and the latest ADR technology methods and facilities – all contributing to the rapid and effective settlement of domestic and international commercial disputes.

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