Global Co-Head of Technology, Partner
Norton Rose Fulbright (Asia) LLP
Related services and key industries
- Communications, media and entertainment
- Information governance, privacy and cybersecurity
- Sourcing and technology
- Tech sector
Stella Cramer is a technology and innovation lawyer based in Singapore. She is global co-head of technology and also co-leads the intellectual property and technology practice for Europe, the Middle East and Asia and the FinTech practice for South East Asia.
Stella has extensive experience in complex, digital and transformational technology and commercial transactions, outsourcings, related regulatory issues and global compliance programs for global financial institutions and major corporates across all industry sectors in the region, including disruptive technologies such as AI and blockchain. She has acted for clients on significant FinTech projects, including the set-up of industry sandboxes. She also leads cyber and data breach issues for clients, co-ordinating the management of the breach and regulatory investigations across multiple jurisdictions.
Stella is recognized for her strong capabilities by The Legal 500, Chambers & Partners and Who's Who Legal. She is an elected member of the firm's Partnership Committee.
Executive MBA, INSEAD/University of Tsinghua.
LLM, College of Europe, Bruges, Belgium
- Solicitor, qualified in England & Wales
- Solicitor, qualified in Hong Kong
• Leading Individual, TMT: Foreign Firms, Legal 500 APAC, 2021
'Stella Cramer is one of the most experienced fintech lawyers and her great leadership gives comfort to the clients.'
'Norton Rose Fulbright's standout team is led by Stella Cramer, who is "one of the most experienced fintech lawyers'.
• Band 1 Lawyer, Technology, Media, Telecoms (TMT): International, Chambers & Partners, 2021
• TMT Lawyer of the Year, Asia Legal Awards, 2020
Member of the Advisory Council of the SWIFT Institute: Stella is the first lawyer to be appointed to the committee and is the sole representative for Asia.
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 and securities. It is overseen by the Advisory Council, an independent advisory council that includes leaders from academia and finance.