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Bryan Fok, MCIArb


Schellenberg Wittmer Ltd
15bis, rue des Alpes

P.O. Box 2088

1211 Geneva 1

T +41 22 707 8000
D +41 22 707 8083
F +41 22 707 8001

English, Chinese

T +41 22 707 8000
D +41 22 707 8083
F +41 22 707 8001

Bryan is an Associate in our International Arbitration Group in Geneva. Bryan specialises in cross-border dispute resolution and complex international arbitrations. He has advised clients on disputes across a range of industries, with a particular focus on joint venture and shareholders’ disputes in the energy and finance sectors.

Practice Areas / Sectors and Industries

Expertise and Experience

  • Bryan has acted as counsel in both institutional and ad hoc arbitrations. He has also advised clients on enforcement of arbitral awards and arbitration-related court proceedings in Asia
  • Acting for an Asian sovereign wealth fund in an UNCITRAL arbitration concerning breaches of an investment agreement
  • Acting for a major international oil and gas producer in a SIAC arbitration relating to access to the books and records of a joint venture in the North Sea
  • Acting for a leading investment bank in a HKIAC arbitration seated in Hong Kong concerning disputes relating to a pre-IPO investment


Professional Experience
Associate at Schellenberg Wittmer
Associate at Herbert Smith Freehills
Trainee Solicitor at Herbert Smith Freehills (Hong Kong, Beijing, London)

Education and Admission
Master’s degree in International Relations, University of Cambridge
Admitted as a Solicitor of the High Court of Hong Kong
Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (MCIArb)
Bachelor’s degree in Law, University College London

Additional Professional Activities
  • Regional Representative of the ICC Young Arbitrators Forum
  • Member of the Global Steering Committee of Chartered Institute of Arbitrators’ Young Members’ Group
  • Accredited Tribunal Secretary, Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre