Maritime arbitrator

Professional profile
The EMCI certified and registered maritime arbitrator does, either independently or as a member of an arbitration board, on behalf of the parties, a binding decision and submit the statement in a final document or arbitral verdict.
Characteristics arbitration procedure
  • Short lead time, no waiting, decision on the basis of the assessment of a qualified professional
  • Lower cost relative to legal proceedings
  • Participation is voluntary or came by contractual agreement
  • The arbitrator shall submit the contract and set a starting document or arbitration agreement
  • The end result is recorded in a final document or arbitral verdict
ADR Register for arbitrators and mediators
The registration and certification of arbitrators, mediators, conflictcoaches and negotiators is conducted by the ADR Register.
ADR Register and EMCI Register are subsidiaries of Global Network Group.
If a person is registered | certified as an arbitrator with the ADR Register, is a maritime professional and currently operates in the maritime sector this person is also registered as EMCI maritime arbitrator.
All EMCI registered and certified marinesurveyors | yachtsurveyors comply with the registration and certification requirements of ADR Register for arbitrators. As a result, all EMCI marinesurveyors | yachtsurveyors are automatically ADR arbitrator unless the surveyor waives such additional registration and refuses the acceptance. EMCI surveyors are exempt for the ADR Continuing Professional Development (CPD). EMCI surveyors have to comply with the EMCI CPD in which arbitration is included.
All EMCI surveyors, as far as and only if active as arbitrator, have to comply with the ADR code of conduct and the ADR procedure requirements.
If you want to register and certify as EMCI maritime arbitrator contact ADR Register.