Edwin Glasgow CBE QC of 39 Essex Chambers has been appointed as a Judge of the Qatar Financial Centre Regulatory Tribunal.
Established in 2005, the Qatar Financial Centre provides a platform for domestic, regional and international growth. As part of the QFC, the Regulatory Tribunal’s purpose is to hear appeals by entities, individuals and corporate bodies against the decisions of the QFC Regulatory Authority. The QFC Regulatory Tribunal is chaired by Sir David Keene.
Described by Chambers UK as “something of a legend in his own lifetime”, Edwin Glasgow CBE QC has extensive experience in commercial and general litigation in which he continues to practise as arbitrator and mediator. In addition to his UK practice he has been involved in commercial cases across the world. In recent years, Edwin has developed his practice as an International Arbitrator and has extensive experience in Sub Saharan Africa as well as the Middle and Far East. As well as being appointed to the Qatar Financial Regulatory Tribunal, he is Chairman of the Singapore International Mediation Centre, was previously Chairman of the Financial Reporting Review Panel (1992 – 1997) and has served as a judge on several prestigious panels. He also lectures on law and advocacy around the world.