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Dr iur Stefan Kramer

Tel:
Work +41 43 222 10 00
Email:
Homburger

Work Department

Banking and Finance.

Position

Partner. Practice focuses on capital markets and banking law. Advising on asset based financings (covered bonds and securitizations), banking regulation (including regulatory capital transactions) and derivatives markets regulations. Other areas of work include insolvency law, payment services and financial markets infrastructures.

Career

Qualified in 2007. Joined Homburger in 2005 as a Junior Associate and became Partner in 2016.

Languages

German, English.

Education

2000 University of Zurich (lic iur), 2005 University of Zurich (Dr iur), 2010 Harvard Law School (LLM, International Finance Concentration).


Switzerland

Insolvency and corporate recovery

Within: Insolvency and corporate recovery

Homburger’s ‘industry and product knowledge is a real asset, combined with excellent response times and reliable advice’; clients particularly recommend the ‘well-trained team and the outstanding business acumen of its lawyers’, who predominantly handle bankruptcy proceedings, restructurings as well as related transactional and capital market matters. An ongoing highlight is the development of bail-in instruments and resolution planning advice provided to clients such as Credit Suisse and UBS. René Bösch and Benjamin Leisinger both have ‘deep knowledge in recovery and resolution topics’ and are ‘creative and reliable when developing new products and solutions’. Stefan Kramer took over the practice lead from senior counsel Ueli Huber in January 2017.

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Switzerland: Banking & Finance

January 2018. By Stefan Kramer, Partner

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