Internationally, perhaps the most commonly known such institute is the International Chamber of Commerce's International Court of Arbitration (the “ICC”) which is headquartered in Paris, France. ICC conducts arbitrations worldwide. Founded in 1923, the ICC established its own rules of arbitration that govern the proceedings between the parties themselves and between the parties and the ICC. These rules of arbitration are “universal” and govern all ICC proceedings worldwide.
Locally, Thailand established its own "Thai Arbitration Institute of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Office, Office of the Judiciary" (the “TAI”) to provide arbitration services within Thailand. The TAI also has its own rules that govern its arbitration proceedings.
Thai Commercial Arbitration Institute
The Board of Trade of Thailand also offers arbitration services which are provided by its "Thai Commercial Arbitration Institute" and which are conducted under its own rules