ICSID offers services for the resolution of international disputes, primarily between investors and States, but also in State-to-State disputes. In addition, it offers fact-finding proceedings to examine and report on facts before a dispute arises. Its case administration services
- Arbitrations under the ICSID Convention
- Arbitrations under the Additional Facility
- Conciliations under the ICSID Convention
- Conciliations under the Additional Facility
- Fact-Finding Proceedings
- Non-ICSID investor-State Arbitrations (for example under the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules)
- Non-ICSID State-State disputes (for example under free trade agreements)
- Other alternative dispute resolution cases
The Centre is also available to act as an administrative registry for investment treaties and free trade agreements.
As a non-profit organization, ICSID is able to provide a cost-effective and transparent fee structure
for its services. It offers first class hearing facilities
at World Bank premises around the world at no additional cost.