Yes, I would, thank you.
The reason why the IFC moved to joint fact finding is that, with this mechanism, you are bringing the parties together at the outset. You have the ombudsman in place, or whatever you want to call that person, and they are bringing the parties together. They are working towards an agreement on what the issue is, how it should be investigated, and who should investigate it. There is still an investigation role, but the parties are part of the process. Then, when you get to the end and you've identified the problem and the remedies that are appropriate, everyone buys in. It's much harder to walk away from that kind of a process than when someone goes in independently.
This is not new stuff. I mean, we do this in Canada. This is just a better way of getting to an outcome that.... It contributes to bringing parties together and resolving disputes. That's our view.