About Badan Arbitrase Nasional Indonesia (BANI Arbitration Center)

Badan Arbitrase Nasional Indonesia (BANI Arbitration Center) is an arbitral institution, providing a range of services in relation to arbitration, mediation, binding opinion and other form of dispute resolutions.

BANI was established in 1977 by the Indonesia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KADIN INDONESIA) with the decree/SK No. SKEP/152/DPH/1977 on 30 November 1977, managed/governed by Governing Board and Advisory Board composed by prominent public figures and business personalities.

SK No. SKEP/152/DPH/1977 tanggal 30 November 1977

SK No. SKEP/154/DPH/1977 tanggal 3 Desember 1977

SK No. SKEP/091/DPH/X/1987 tanggal 8 Oktober 1987

BANI Arbitration Center is located in Jakarta with representative offices across Indonesia’s big cities such as Surabaya, Bandung, Medan, Denpasar, Palembang, Pontianak, and Jambi.

Committed to complete neutrality and independence in its role as an arbitral institution, BANI has developed its own rules and procedures for arbitration, including the time frame for an award to be issued by the Arbitral Tribunal. This rules and procedures used in both domestic and international arbitration that conducted in Indonesia.

With the stature as the first and leading Indonesian arbitration organization in the International stage, with over than 4 decades of experience and with more than 100 listed arbitrators both foreign and Indonesian nationals from various backgrounds, BANI Arbitration Center is the obvious choice for arbitration in Indonesia.



Innovations and Challenges: Facing The Arbitration Industry

15 - 17 January 2020 | Grand Hyatt Erawan, Bangkok Hotel, Thailand

The Conference will discuss the growing importance of International Arbitration in Asia and Australia and the significant developments in the domain of ADR and future trend in this domain.




10th Anniversary Conference: The Race To Relevance

4 October 2019 | Conrad Centennial Hotel, Singapore

The global maritime community has witnessed significant changes in the industry over the last decade. Trade wars, developments in regulatory compliance and economic policies, and digital disruptors each present unique opportunities and unprecedented challenges for the entire maritime chain. The way the industry conducts its business, and resolve its disputes, has also evolved.




The 7th FDI Moot: Asia - Pacific Regional Rounds

20 - 23 August 2019 | Seoul, Korea

KCAB INTERNATIONAL is holding the 7th FDI Moot Asia-Pacific Regional Rounds with Center for International Legal Studies (CILS) and Seoul National University School of Law. Increasing international investment, the proliferation of international investment treaties and contracts have contributed to the development of international law that defines obligations between host States and foreign investors and refers to internationalized arbitration procedures for resolving related disputes.