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Investment Treaty Forum Special Conference: Current Issues in Valuation & Quantum in Investor-State Arbitration

22nd April 2015

Time: 14:00-18:15 (followed by a drinks reception)

Venue: British Institute of International and Comparative Law, Charles Clore House, 17 Russell Square, London WC1B 5JP

What this event is about.

This special conference, which is free of charge to Investment Treaty Forum members, affords a unique opportunity to discuss the difficult issues raised by valuation questions in investor-state arbitration with leading experts, including:

  • Stephen Fietta, Volterra Fietta
  • Colin Johnson, Grant Thornton
  • Aimee-Jane Lee, Debevoise & Plimpton
  • Irmgard Marboe, University of Vienna
  • Iain Maxwell, Herbert Smith Freehills
  • Mark McNeill, Shearman & Sterling
  • Edward Poulton, Baker & McKenzie
  • Vidya Rajarao, Grant Thornton

Among the topics addressed will be:

  • Determining the Appropriate Approach to Quantum: the Asset, Income and Market Approaches
  • Key Issues in Evaluating Discounted Cash Flows
  • Determining an Appropriate Discount Rate
  • How Tribunals Approach DCF

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This event is accredited with 3.5 CPD points.

Pricing and Registration

Bookings are now closed

Attendance at this event is free for Investment Treaty Forum members, although registration is required. ITF members wishing to register should contact the Events team to confirm attendance.

BIICL Members:

  • Individual - £75
  • Full-time Academic - £50
  • Full-time Student - £30

Non-members:

  • Individual - £125
  • Full-time Academic - £85
  • Full-time Student - £50

N.B. The Academic rate also applies to staff of government and non-profit organisations.

Contact

If you have any enquiries, please contact the Events team

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