This year marks the 60th anniversary of the Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards 1958, known as the "New York Convention". Widely recognised as one of the most successful international treaties of the 20th century, the New York Convention established an effective international regime to uphold and enforce arbitration agreements and to facilitate the international enforcement of arbitration awards.

This survey aims to find out how this enforcement regime has operated in practice in the ASEAN region, and how effective it is thought to be. We hope to learn more about practical experiences of enforcing arbitration awards in ASEAN jurisdictions, and stakeholder perceptions of the ease and effectiveness (or otherwise) of enforcement of arbitration awards in ASEAN countries. Where relevant, we hope to draw conclusions about aspects that could be improved.

The survey consists of multiple choice questions and some spaces for free-text comments. There areĀ 20 questions in total.
It should take less thanĀ 10 minutes to complete the survey.

Thank you for your support. The results of this survey should be directly relevant and important to all businesses and enterprises that trade or invest into and across the ASEAN region. We will be glad to share the results and our conclusions with all contributors.