Scandinavia wants Nordic maritime arbitration

The Nordic associations of maritime law are trying to establish a maritime institute of arbitration. "There is a basis for establishing an alternative to London and New York," says Henrik Thal Jantzen, Chairman of the Danish branch of Comité Maritime International, to ShippingWatch.

Photo: Kromann Reumert

In the long term, the Nordic countries could be an option when parties in the maritime industry need to resolve a disagreement.

The Nordic associations of maritime law, which are subdivisions of the Comité Maritime International (CMI) - a private association with the aim of promoting development and harmonization of all the aspects of international maritime law - have brought forth the idea of creating a maritime institute of arbitration at the Nordic level, Henrik Thal Jantzen, Chairman of the Danish branch of Comité Maritime International and partner at law firm Kroman Reumert, tells ShippingWatch.

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