Costs and Payment
The ICC International Centre for Expertise charges a non-refundable amount of US$ 2 500 for proposing or appointing an expert. This amount should be paid for each name requested.
The costs of ICC expertise
The charge for administration of the expertise proceedings is US$ 2 500, plus the fees and expenses of the expert and the administrative fees of the ICC International Centre for Expertise, which may not exceed 15% of the total expert's fees.
There is no scale for such fees. These may vary according to the field of expertise, the appointed expert's qualifications and the scope of his or her terms of reference. The amount of the advance to cover the costs of the expertise is determined by the Centre after consulting, as far as possible, the potential expert and the requesting parties.
Arbitral tribunals acting under the ICC Rules of Arbitration are exempt from charges for the proposal of an expert (article 2-1 Appendix II Schedule of Expertise Costs).
Payment details for a Wire transfer
Beneficiary (Account holder):
INTERNATIONAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
38, Cours Albert 1er
75008 Paris, France
Bank of Beneficiary:
35, rue des Noirettes P.O. Box 2600
1211 Geneva 2, Switzerland
Account no.: 240-224534.61R
IBAN: CH06 0024 0240 2245 3461 R
Swift Code (BIC): UBSWCHZH80A
Please indicate on your payment order the name of the party in the procedure on behalf of which this payment is being made.
Parties may alternatively pay by cheque made out to the INTERNATIONAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.