Please refer to the Company’s news releases for the latest updates regarding the arbitration against the Republic of Peru.
Dates in arbitration
12 December 2019 Lupaka delivers “Notice of Intent to Submit a Claim to Arbitration”. *
27 December 2019 Peru acknowledged receipt of Notice of Intent.
27 August 2020 Peru communicates their appointment of legal counsel for Peru’s defence.
23 September 2020 Lupaka selects arbitrator for arbitration suit. **
21 October 2020 Lupaka (Lalive) files Request for Arbitration.
27 October 2020 Letter from Peru Ministry of Economy and Finance acknowledging filing of arbitration request and reconfirming their legal counsel.
30 October 2020 Lupaka receives ICSID Secretary-General Notice of Registration and assignment of case number (ARB/20/46).
02 December 2020 Lupaka receives notice from Peru counsel that Peru’s co-arbitrator has been appointed.
10 December 2020 The parties agree on a procedure to elect the third and final arbitrator who will act as Chair.
02 February 2021 The process of selecting eight candidates from which to fill the third and final arbitrator position is complete and the candidate elimination to final selection process is underway.
17 February 2021 The third and final arbitrator position has now been filled. This position is also the chairman of the committee. With completed constitution of the Arbitral Tribune, the arbitration process can now proceed.
25 February 2021 The Company’s legal firm has appointed a Quantum Expert to carry out an independent evaluation of all available data and calculate a supported value for the financial claim against the Republic of Peru.
13 April 2021 The Tribunal held its first session together with the Parties.
20 April 2021 A definitive time schedule has been agreed to between the parties and the ICSID Tribunal.
06 October 2021 Compilation of background information, relevant documents and witness statements fundamentally completed, Quantum Evaluator’s assessment of damages underway and first round of comprehensive submissions submitted to Arbitration Tribunal.
*-Note that delivery of Notice of Intent triggers a six month “cooling off period” during which the parties
are requested to meet and attempt to settle prior to filing a formal Request for Arbitration. The parties
did meet but no settlement was reached. Due primarily to Covid-19, the six-month period was
** -Note that each party in the arbitration will select one arbitrator, these two will then select a third for
a total of three.