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Commence arbitration

How to commence arbitration at the SCC.

Arbitration is commenced by the claimant sending a request for arbitration to the SCC. At the same time, the claimant must also pay a registration fee. 

The request for arbitration must include: 

  1. the names, addresses, telephone numbers and email addresses of the parties and their representatives 
  2. a summary of the dispute 
  3. preliminary information about the relief sought by the claimant 
  4. a copy of or a statement of the contents of the arbitration agreement or arbitration clause relied upon by the claimant 
  5. any comments regarding the number of arbitrators and the seat of arbitration 
  6. where applicable, the name, address, telephone number and email address of the arbitrator appointed by the claimant. 

Submit the request for arbitration here.

Please note that applications for an emergency arbitrator should be sent to:

Registration fee 

Under the SCC Arbitration Rules, the registration fee for arbitration is EUR 3,000 excluding VAT (EUR 3,750 including VAT). Under the SCC Rules for Expedited Arbitration, the corresponding registration fee is EUR 2,500 excluding VAT (EUR 3,125 including VAT). 

VAT does not have to be paid by businesses based outside Sweden. EU businesses must provide their VAT registration number. 

Please note that payments of the registration fee or advance on costs from Russian or Belarussian bank accounts require additional administration. The payer shall contact the SCC for further instructions, before remitting such payment.

The registration fee is payable to the following account: 

Bank: Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken AB (publ) 

Recipient: Stockholms Handelskammares Service AB 

Account number (IBAN): SE13 5000 0000 0512 3822 5837 


VAT registration no: SE556095795201 

Please give the claimant's name as a reference when making the payment and attach the receipt to the request for arbitration.