Alexandre Khrapoutski is a member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (MCIArb, London); Member of the Board of the Arbitration Association since 2013; Co-chairmen of the Organizing Committee of the Eastern European Dispute Resolution Forum; Senior Lecturer of Civil Law department of the Belarusian State University Law Faculty on «Civil Law», «Civil and trade law of foreign countries» courses; Expert in number of international projects: Doing Business World Bank and International Monetary Fund (from 2004 to present).
- Consulting on the investment project in the field of natural resources on a sum of more than 6 billion euro;
- Consulting and legal support of the investment project on organization manufacturing of furniture products in the Republic of Belarus under the conditions of funding by European banks on a total sum of more than 70 million euro;
- Consulting an international financial organization during implementation of the project on funding the building of woodworking company in the Republic of Belarus on a total sum of 50 million euro.
Chambers Global: The World’s Leading Lawyers; International Financial Law Review’s Guide to the World’s Leading Financial Law firms (IFLR); The Legal 500 Europe, Middle East & Africa; The International Who's Who Legal; Chambers Global about Alexandre Khrapoutski: «a practitioner who is very well known for his corporate work», according to interviewees. Clients speak of him as «a lawyer you know you can turn to with delicate and confidential issues». «He's a good lawyer: very experienced, very flexible, very friendly» -International rating IFLR.
It became a common place in arbitration world that clients are not happy about the way arbitration procedure evolved over the past few decades. From a flexible and commercially-oriented process it turned into the lawyers-driven and overly judicialized one, with many written and unwritten rules of the game...
Long time no news about Belarusian arbitration? A review by Alexandre Khrapoutski (SBH Partners, Partner, Minsk) is designed to fill this gap...