The Council consists of 7 members and is responsible for setting the general policies of the Center, approving its master plans, and following up and evaluating the performance of the Center for its tasks, and the Council may take any decisions to achieve its objectives and the regularity of its workflow, which it deems necessary and in particular to do the following:
1 – suggest the rules and procedures governing the activities of the Center and related to its technical, financial, administrative and human resources affairs, and the fees it charges, provided that a decision is issued by the competent minister.
2 - Approving the rules and conditions required to be met by the accredited arbitrators of the Center.
3 - Adoption of rules for the registration of experts who may carry out mediation or dispute settlement
4 - Adoption of rules to avoid conflict of interest for arbitrators, experts and those in charge of managing the Center or its employees.
5 - Contribute to the dissemination of culture and awareness of the importance of arbitration and means of consensual settlement of disputes, especially in the field of non-banking financial activities through holding conferences, seminars and training courses and the issuance of bulletins and specialized publications.
6 - Adopting cooperation programs and exchanging experiences with institutions, centers and bodies concerned with arbitration and settlement at the local, regional and international levels.