Although the immediate turmoil of the global financial crisis may have subsided, the banking sector remains under the spotlight of both regulators and public commentators. And in spite of any ‘back-to-basics' sentiment, complexity remains the commonest currency, particularly in relation to derivatives and structured products. Yet with a premium on reputation and effective working relationships, often involving counterparts and regulators in multiple jurisdictions, the need for swift and effective dispute resolution is paramount.
CEDR Solve's banking and finance specialists have an in-depth knowledge and understanding of the dynamics of the sector. Through mediation and other third-party neutral services, we can assist clients achieve pragmatic and cost effective solutions in relation to all types of banking disputes.
Our track record includes working with all types of financial institutions and on cases involving derivatives and structured products, mis-selling claims and contractual disputes, debt recovery and insolvency-related disputes and regulatory investigations and enforcement; issues which are frequently high value, reputation-threatening, and multi-jurisdictional.
Our financial services mediation practice has a number of mediators and neutrals available for appointment on a wide range of assignments:
Our highly experienced mediators and neutrals can also assist with consultancy assignments to develop organisational capability and capacity for resolving conflict including dispute systems design, introducing mediation, developing formal policies and procedures, establishing informal communication protocols and coaching managers and teams through change.
For advice on selecting the most appropriate mediator or neutral to meet your needs contact the CEDR Solve team on +44 (0)20 7536 6060, email email@example.com or search our online mediator directory.
Many of our clients choose to support us through CEDR Membership, allowing them access to preferential fees, dedicated ADR advisers, bespoke scheme design and regular seminars and theatres, while contributing to the support of CEDR's not-for-profit mission.