The HKIAC Users' council was created in 2009 in an effort to promote the growing interest of arbitration, mediation and alternative dispute resolution in the Asia-Pacific region, and to provide a platform for the exchange of information and experience among users of dispute settlement services.
Individuals and institutions who wish to participate in shaping the future of dispute resolution services in Hong Kong and the region are welcome to join.
The HKIAC Users’ Council is a membership based sub-division of HKIAC. Although HKIAC dispute resolution services are available to all contracting parties without any membership requirement, membership of the HKIAC Users’ Council provides a number of distinct benefits detailed in the Members' Benefits section. There are two categories of membership: Individual Membership and Institutional Membership. The Members Directory and a list of Institutional Members can be viewed here and here.
Interested parties may apply for membership of the HKIAC Users’ Council by completing Form “UC” and submitting the form together with the necessary fees to the HKIAC Secretariat for handling.
A copy of Form UC can be downloaded here.