The Council for National and International Commercial Arbitration (CNICA) is proud to extend its heartfelt congratulations to Mr. Sundra Rajoo on his recent reappointment as Director of the Asian International Arbitration Centre (AIAC). As a member of the advisory board of CNICA, we are pleased to see Mr. Rajoo’s return to this critical leadership role.
Under Mr. Rajoo’s previous tenure, AIAC achieved international recognition and identity. His unwavering dedication and commitment to promoting international commercial arbitration have been truly inspiring. Mr. Rajoo’s vision and leadership have been instrumental in shaping AIAC into a leading institution in the field of international commercial arbitration.
As Mr. Rajoo begins his current tenure, we are confident that he will continue to take AIAC to greater heights. His ability to navigate complex legal issues and his deep knowledge of international arbitration make him a valuable asset to the arbitration community. We look forward to collaborating with him to further enhance the practice of international commercial arbitration.
Mr. Rajoo’s return to the helm of the institution sends a powerful message of confidence to the arbitration community, and underscores the importance of having leaders with integrity and credibility in this field.
On behalf of CNICA, we wish Mr. Rajoo all the best in his new role. We are confident that he will continue to guide AIAC with the same level of dedication and commitment that he has demonstrated in the past. His leadership will undoubtedly have a positive impact on the arbitration community, and we look forward to witnessing the continued growth and success of AIAC under his guidance.
In conclusion, Mr. Sundra Rajoo’s reappointment as Director of AIAC is a significant achievement, and we are proud to extend our congratulations to him. His leadership and contributions to the field of international commercial arbitration have been invaluable, and we are confident that he will continue to take AIAC to greater heights. The CNICA is honored to have him as a member of our advisory board, and we look forward to working with him to promote and enhance the practice of international commercial arbitration.