Iran's (Re)Insurance market regulation
“Dr. Ardeshir Atai highlights the legal framework governing commercial activities in the (re)insurance sector including investor protection.”
Investment Laws Friendly for Foreign Companies, 2016
Ardeshir Atai is one of the Iranian professionals who have recently returned home from abroad to practice their careers, but he also is part of the growing numbers arriving steadily to be part of the new opening in the wake of the historic nuclear deal between Iran and the six world powers.
Arbitration in post sanctions Iran, 2015
As the negotiations between Iran and Western powers in Vienna are moving closer to a final nuclear deal, business communities are preparing for new opportunities in the Iranian market following the lifting of sanctions on banking, insurance, petroleum and shipping sectors.
Foreign Investment Regulation Review
In chapter 9 of the foreign regulation review, Dr. Ardeshir Atai outlines the legal framework governing foreign investment in Iran. Following the implementation of the Nuclear Deal in January 2016 and the gradual lifting of sanctions on the Iranian economy, a new market is opening up for foreign investment.
Redefining Investment Arbitration Law: the Case of Kosovo, 2015
The investor‐state dispute settlement (ISDS) system provides investors access to international arbitration when the host state expropriates or imposes arbitrary regulation to tax economic profits of investments.
Iran's new Oil Investment Contract, 2015
Iran is a major supplier of petroleum products to global markets. Currently, the country is estimated to contain over 150 billion barrels of proven oil reserves, which is 9.3% of the world’s total, and over 12% of OPEC’s collective stockpile.
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