Financial Regulation and Investment Arbitration
Article from: TDM 5 (2016), in Latin America
In recent times, the increasing traffic at the intersection of finance and international arbitration has led to a growth in the academic and industry efforts focused on the matter. Unsurprisingly, this increasing traffic has included a steady rise in the number of investment arbitration proceedings dealing with financial matters, which, as has been the case in most other areas of economic activity, comprises a significant number of cases involving Latin American States or investors. As a result of the nature of its activity, the financial industry is one of the most ...