British Institute of International and Comparative Law (BIICL)
Of Counsel of Arbitrade Yuliya Chernykh C.Arb. is a member of the Investment Treaty Forum of the British Institute of International and Comparative Law since 2010.
The British Institute of International and Comparative Law (BIICL) provides informed, independent and practical legal ideas for a global community. Its high quality and respected work involves analysis and debate about contemporary issues on every continent, from its base in the heart of London’s energetic and multicultural legal network.
BIICL has been making an influential impact since its foundation in 1958, and it can trace its history even further back to 1894. It is one of the very few independent legal bodies of its type in the world, as it is unaffiliated to any university, is a charity/not-for-profit organisation and is nonpartisan. BIICL receives no substantial on-going core funding from any government or private body.
The International Association of Grain and Feed Trade (GAFTA)
ARBITRADE is a member of the Grain and Feed Trade Association (London, UK), the most influential and respectable international organization, which unites the grain manufacturers, tradesmen and companies. More than 80% of the global trade in grains is traded under GAFTA contracts. ARBITRADE retains membership since 2009.
Of Counsel of Arbitrade Yuliya Chernykh was a member of the GAFTA International Contracts Policy Committee between 2011 and 2018. International Contracts Policy Committee plays a central role in analyzing the existent and drafting new GAFTA contracts.
Federation of Oils, Seeds and Fats Associations (FOSFA)
ARBITRADE actively cooperates with the Federation of Oils, Seeds and Fats Associations (FOSFA, London, UK). More than 85% of the global trade in oils and fats is conducted under FOSFA contracts. The Federation’s contracts incorporate a dispute procedure involving arbitration by experienced individuals from within the trade. ARBITRADE retains membership since 2009.
Arbitration in soft commodities and advice on international trade constitutes the profile field of practice of ARBITRADE.
Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry
ARBITRADE is a foreign member of the Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry. The Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (established in 1895) is an independent, non-governmental organization for assistance, promotion, representation and protection of the business interests of its members, which contributes to the development of international economic cooperation and provides assistance for the European and international integration of the Republic of Bulgaria. The Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the 28 Regional Chambers of Commerce and Industry are united in the Unified System of Bulgarian Chambers of Commerce and Industry which has about 53 000 members – traders, corporations, associations, etc.
Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce and Industry
ARBITRADE is a member of the Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce and Industry. The Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce and Industry is a non-governmental non-profit self-governing organization incorporating on a voluntary basis legal entities and Ukrainian citizens registered as entrepreneurs as well as their associations. The Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce and Industry has its representatives in 11 countries, and maintains partnership relations with chambers of commerce and other partner organizations in about 90 countries.
The Norwegian – Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce (NUCC)
ARBITRADE is a member of the Norwegian-Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce (NUCC). The Norwegian – Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit, non-governmental organization which was formally founded at an open meeting at the Telenor on the 20th of November 2008.
The Norwegian – Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce increases bilateral trade activity between Norway and Ukraine by delivering information on business possibilities to potential investors. NUCC assists in development of trade and economic relations and investment processes between representatives of enterprise structures of Ukraine and Norway.
Near 60 companies are registered as Members of the Norwegian-Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce.