Capgemini intends to appeal an arbitral award in the Netherlands October 9, 2017 8:00 am (CET)
Paris – Capgemini today communicated on its intent to appeal the award laid down on October 6 by the arbitral tribunal of the Netherlands Arbitration Institute (NAI) on proceedings opposing SVB (Sociale Verzekeringsbank, the organization that implements national insurance schemes in the Netherlands) to Capgemini Netherlands.
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Following the early termination by SVB of a contract signed in 2009, the arbitral tribunal set at €22.8 million the amount to be paid by Capgemini to SVB and at €1.5 million the amount to be paid by SVB to Capgemini.

Capgemini intends to appeal this ruling. Under the confidentiality provisions of the NAI arbitration rules, neither Capgemini nor SVB can comment on the contents of the proceedings.


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