The legal challenges of starting up an international institution, in particular one as complex as a multilateral development bank, are considerable. Peter Quayle (AIIB) explores the innovations afforded by the Articles of Agreement of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), considers what is needed from institutional lawyers to build an effective international organization, and draws conclusions about the AIIB’s potential to boost Asia’s connectivity and economic development.
|Date||12 April 2019|
Peter Quayle is Chief Counsel, Corporate at the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, and member of the management team of the Office of the General Counsel. He is formerly Associate Director, Senior Counsel of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and Legal Advisor of the Office of Foreign Litigation, Civil Division European Office, of the US Department of Justice. He was educated at the Universities of Oxford and London and is a solicitor of England and Wales. He is an accredited mediator, Visiting Professor of International Organizations Law at Peking University Law School and Editor of the AIIB Yearbook of International Law.
Dr. Geraldo Vidigal (Amsterdam Law School)
The lecture will take place at the Amsterdam School of Law, building REC A, room A2.09, Nieuwe Achtergracht 166, Amsterdam.