UNCITRAL Model-Law based: Yes.
Legal Provisions: Russia distinguishes its regulation system between international and domestic arbitrations.
International commercial arbitrations are governed by the Law No. 5338-I dated 7 July 1993, as amended.
Domestic arbitrations are regulated by Federal Law No. 382-FZ dated 29 December 2015, which entered into force on 1 September 2016.
International Commercial Arbitration Court at the Russian Federation Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ICAC)
Maritime Arbitration Commission at the Russian Federation Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MAC)
The St. Petersburg International Commercial Arbitration Court (SPICAC)
The Arbitration Centre at the Autonomous Non-Profit Organisation "Institute of Modern Arbitration" (domestic arbitrations)
The Arbitration Centre at the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs
New York Convention: Yes (ratification/accession: 24 August 1960); reservations: The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics will apply the provisions of this Convention in respect of arbitral awards made in the territories of non-contracting States only to the extent to which they grant reciprocal treatment.
European Convention: Yes (ratification/accession: 27 June 1962).
ICSID Convention: No (signatory but not ratified).
Energy Charter Treaty: No (terminated its provisional application in 2009).
Last updated February 2019