Stockholms Handelskammare - Doing Business with Iran: Sanctions, Financing and Dispute Regulations

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Doing Business with Iran: Sanctions, Financing and Dispute Regulations

13 september
Brunnsgatan 2, Stockholm
Internationell handel
The broad sanctions relief on Iran in January 2016 and the economic opening marked a new era of trade. Iran used to be an important market for Swedish companies and the interest of regaining business relations between the two countries is high. The seminar brings together experts from Iran and Sweden to discuss regulations and best practices of doing business in Iran.

09.00 Registration of participants

09.15 Welcome speeches
Ms. Annette Magnusson, Secretary General of the Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce
Mr. Oveis Rezvanian, Director, Tehran Regional Arbitration centre (TRAC)

09.30 Doing Business in Iran: sanctions, financing, and regulations
In light of the remaining penalties, due diligence for companies operating in the Iranian market is of a central importance. Difficulties in business transactions may arise in interpreting the outstanding sanctions, making bank transactions as well as obtaining financing. Panelists will discuss important legal framework and best practices on these matters.
Moderator Mr. Erik Belfrage, Consilio International
Mr. Shahram Shams, Partner, Sheed Associates
Ms. Saideh Yahyavi, Head of Middle East Group, Magnusson
Mr. Mattias Hedwall, Partner Baker McKenzie Stockholm
Mr. Victor Carstenius, Senior Country Analyst EKN
Mr. Karsten Stroyberg, Head of Middle East & North Africa Corporates, Danske Bank

10.30 Efficient dispute resolution for better business
What should parties be aware of when negotiating dispute resolution options with parties from Iran? Speakers will discuss a brief overview of international arbitration in Iran, seat of arbitration and applicable law.
Moderator: Mr. Johan Sidklev, Partner, Roschier, Stockholm 
Mr. Fredrik Andersson, Partner, Mannheimer Swartling, Gothenburg
Mr. Mohsen Mohebbi, Professor of Law, Founding Partner, Persia Doostdar Law Offices
Ms. Adineh Abghari, Senior Legal Counsel. TRAC
Mr. Mohammad Hossein Tavana, Legal Counsel, TRAC
Ms. Shirin Saif, Senior Associate, Roschier, Stockholm 

11.30 Concluding remarks

11.40 End

The seminar is organized jointly by Tehran Regional Arbitration Centre, ICC Sweden, the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce and the Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce

13 september
Brunnsgatan 2, Stockholm
Registration: 9:00

Free of charge
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Contact: Martina Thege

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