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Secretariat and Staff


Kasper J. Krzemiński

Secretary-General of P.R.I.M.E. Finance, Partner at NautaDutilh

Kasper J. Krzeminski is partner in NautaDutilh's Litigation & Arbitration practice group. He specializes in the resolution of commercial and contractual disputes. Kasper represents his clients in international and domestic arbitration, court litigation and ADR.Kasper advises and represents Dutch and international clients in a wide range of industries, including finance, energy & natural resources, international trade and construction. Kasper is particularly experienced in the area of post-M&A disputes, construction and shipbuilding projects, multi-jurisdictional debt recovery, the enforcement of arbitral awards and foreign money judgments, and discovery proceedings.

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Camilla Macpherson

Head of Secretariat

As the Head of Secretariat, Camilla Macpherson leads the head office in The Hague. Camilla previously practised international arbitration and litigation at Allen & Overy LLP in London for nearly 15 years, focusing on complex, high value cross-border disputes, some of them involving complex financial contracts. Her clients included financial institutions, asset managers and hedge funds. She moved to DLA Piper in 2014 to become Head of Knowledge Management for the litigation and regulatory team, leading a large team of lawyers and support professionals. While at DLA Piper, she began advising extensively on Brexit-related issues and was subsequently appointed DLA Piper’s dedicated Brexit Counsel. After moving to the Netherlands in 2017, she returned to Allen & Overy as a consultant. Ms. Macpherson is also an experienced writer and presenter and has taught oral advocacy on the University of Leiden’s International Dispute Settlement and Advocacy advanced masters programme. She has recently been appointed Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. 


Martin Tinelli


Martin Tinelli is a French law student at the University of Tours. As his interest in business law grew, he decided to undertake an Erasmus exchange at Leiden Law School for his third year of bachelor. He has particular interest in finance and economic issues related to the 2008 crash. To improve his knowledge in both law and finance, he wishes to pursue a joint Master in Law and Finance at Paris Institue of Political Studies (SciencesPo Paris)