An Arbitration Platform
for the Maritime Ecosystem

The SCMA provides a framework for maritime arbitration
specifically tailored to the needs of the maritime community.
Since our inception in 2009, our users hail from all sectors
of the maritime community. All sectors of the maritime
community are treated equally as all sectors are users of SCMA.



NEWS AND EVENTS
21Apr
Arbitration's Role in Dispute Resolution and the New Normal:
Enhancing SCMA's Relevance (Complimentary Registration: https://lnkd.in/gvs-nWN) 
18Mar
Justice Pang Khang Chau: Opening Address at SAL-SCMA Mock Arbitration 2021
18Mar
Slides from SCMA-SAL Mock Arbitration
18Mar
SCMA-SAL Mock Arbitration
All profits from the event will be donated to SG-STAR Fund
4Feb
Press Release
SCMA announces closer collaboration with Baltic Exchange Asia
1Feb
SCMA 2020 Year In Review
Launch of the SCMA 2020 Year In Review 
26Jan
[Webinar] Shipping Market Update and Smart Resolution of Maritime Disputes
Organised by the International Malaysian Society of Maritime Law (IMSML), in collaboration with The Baltic Exchange and SCMA 
23Dec
Slides from "Halliburton v Chubb: Implications for international maritime and commercial arbitration"
WHY SCMA
COST
EFFECTIVENESS
No filing, administration, or management fees. Parties are
free to negotiate and agree an arbitrator’s fee.
DISTINGUISHED
PANEL OF
MARITIME EXPERTISE
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FLEXIBLE,
LIGHTLY ADMINISTERED MODEL
Our hybrid model of arbitration draws on the advantages
of ad-hoc arbitration favoured by the maritime community
with the benefits of institutional assistance on hand.
USABILITY
OF RULES
Ad-hoc rules designed for the efficient conduct of
arbitration and do not require institutional involvement
unless parties require.
SUPPORTED BY THE
MARITIME COMMUNITY
Our members share our vision and belief that our hybrid
model of arbitration assists parties in dispute in resolving
their disputes in an efficacious and just manner.
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