Stella Cramer is a technology and innovation lawyer based in Singapore, and is the Co-Head of the technology and innovation practice for Asia and Head of Risk Advisory for Asia.
She regularly advises on complex, transformational technology and commercial transactions, outsourcings, related regulatory issues and global compliance programmes for global financial institutions and major corporates across all industry sectors in the region.
Stella leads Singapore's technology, media and technology team which is ranked tier one by Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2017 (Singapore). She is also individually ranked by Legal 500 2017 as one of four leading individuals in the sector, and is described as an 'Exceptional' practice head [who] 'excels in finding practical and commercial solutions'.
Stella has been appointed to the Advisory Council of the SWIFT Institute. The SWIFT Institute, set up by SWIFT, funds independent research, supports knowledge-led debate and provides a forum where academics and financial practitioners can learn from each other. The primary focus of the SWIFT Institute is transaction banking, covering the areas of payment, clearing and settlement, cash management, trade finance and trust & securities. It is overseen by the Advisory Council, an independent advisory council that includes leaders from academia and finance.
A significant amount of attention is being paid to the disruptive potential of distributed ledger technology (DLT) and many businesses are making huge investments in DLT-enabled products and/or services..
July 11, 2017
Our global blockchain team has published a global legal and regulatory guide titled ‘Unlocking the blockchain’..
April 06, 2017
Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright has today announced the appointment of David Olds as an Of Counsel in its Singapore-based technology and innovation team..
March 20, 2017
Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright has joined the DBS HotSpot Pre-Accelerator programme as legal mentors..
December 01, 2016