Partner of the INTEGRITES London Ivanna Dorichenko took part in the II International Grain Ukraine 2017 conference in Odessa, one of the largest events of the agrarian market. The event was supported by the Ministry of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine, as well as by the Ministry of Infrastructure of Ukraine.
Within the framework of the discussion “Global Trends in the Agrarian Field”, Ivanna delivered the main problematic aspects of the past agrarian season, shared with the participants the strategy of work with trade risks and default situations, and highlighted the latest trends in dispute resolution.
“For successful work in the new season, agrarians should remember not only the classic trade risks, but also a new category of risks associated with the increased number of third parties involved in the process of contract execution and dispute resolution. Therefore, it is extremely important to pay attention to the prompt diagnosis of potential concerns. The appropriate strategy for their resolution can help both to overcome losses and to avoid the transition of disputes to an active litigation or arbitration stage. It is the most important issue in a low-margin market,” said Ivanna Dorichenko.
For the second year GRAIN UKRAINE has brought together the largest agrarians of Ukraine, representatives of agro-food companies, international organizations, banks, government officials, managers and leading business media to discuss the latest innovations in the agrarian market.
Managing Partner of INTEGRITES London, Ivanna Dorichenko specializes in the resolution of international commercial disputes concerning all aspects of sale and carriage of commodities and dry shipping. She has extensive experience in international commercial arbitration, in particular, GAFTA, FOSFA, LMAA, LCIA, ICC, ICACs at The Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce, etc. She has more than 14 years of work involves drafting international commercial contracts as well as advising commodity traders and cargo interests at all stages of contract execution in various jurisdictions