For the third consecutive year, in the 2016 version of the guide published by the Global Arbitration Review (GAR): Guide to Regional Arbitration (October 2015), CRCICA is enrolled as one of four regional institutions in the Middle East and Africa that are worth a closer look and worth considering for the right case.
In the Middle East and Africa, CRCICA is marked as an institution that is worth considering beside two other institutions. It is considered to be a possible administrator of investment arbitration proceedings in a number of inter-Arab treaties.
According to the Guide, CRCICA’s particular strengths are the quality of its highly respected directors, the impressive solidness of its organization and the fact that it has been operating for long enough to have encountered most situations at least once. It is seen as “the current class of the field”. Among other aspects, the study recognized the Centre as highly affordable, as having new rules that help to counteract worst practice and thus facilitate enforcement.