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Elements Of An Antifragile Batteries Recycling Business

CBRW Presentation of 22 April 2024
A Lithium-ion battery recycling company has the potential today to become an integrated solution provider from raw materials to pCAM. As such it can compete with mining and processing companies at different steps of the value chain while maintaining its modularity in size and location. Going forward the successful recyclers are likely to benefit from offering to their clients the reassurance of filling the gaps in the value chain in addition to high recovery rates and operational efficiency. For example, …

Recycled Battery Materials: How To Catch The Green Wave (And Stay On It). A User’s Perspective

CBRW Presentation of 5 December 2023
Market analysts forecast the global lithium-ion battery manufacturing industry to grow at a CAGR of ca.15% between 2023 and 2032. Only a handful of industries have sustained double-digit growth in the recent past (health tech, AI and machine learning, renewable energy to name a few). This, compounded by an accelerating pace of change, puts a considerable amount of stress on organizations…

Parité n’est pas diversité ! Loin de la favoriser, la parité fait en réalité obstacle à la diversité en matière d’arbitrage commercial

Co-authored with Guillaume Feld. ASA Bulletin, Vol. 40, 4/2022 (December), Switzerland.
Over the last decade, commercial arbitration undeniably progressed towards more diversity on its arbitral tribunals. Mainly geared towards gender, ethnic and age, increased diversity was the result of a determined and relentless push by interest groups, themselves a product of the arbitration ecosystem. However laudable, the debate around diversity falls short of considering arbitral proceedings’ goal and arbitration users’ interests which imperils the institution’s legitimacy and future…

Les terres rares, nouvelle “frontière” de l’arbitrage international

ICC Magazine: Echanges internationaux, Paris, France, October 2021
Up until a decade ago, the risks surrounding processing and supply of rare earths were overlooked by a large part of the world. With the advent of high tech and clean technologies these elements made their way onto the international political scene. Today, China produces at least 80% of the world’s rare earth elements, and for some rare earths such as Dysprosium, it remains the world’s only producer…

Rare earths, the next elements in economic diplomacy and international arbitration

March 2021
With the advent of high-end and clean technologies, rare earth elements as a necessary commodity made their way onto the international scene. Today, China produces at least 80% of the world’s rare earths. It is accelerating international investments in rare earths mines to secure import of the unprocessed minerals while increasing control of downstream value-added production…