Anna Gamvros > Norton Rose Fulbright > Hong Kong, Hong Kong > Lawyer Profile

Norton Rose Fulbright
38/F JARDINE HOUSE
1 CONNAUGHT PLACE, CENTRAL
HONG KONG
Hong Kong

Work Department

Cyber risk and Technology

Position

Anna is data and technology lawyer, and heads Norton Rose Fulbright’s cyber risk practice for Asia Pacific.

Anna’s practice focuses primarily on privacy, technology and communications related issues. She advises clients on privacy and data protection; cybersecurity and breach response; telecommunications and Internet regulatory issues; technology agreements; and outsourcing transactions. She has assisted clients with Hong Kong and China based projects, as well as having a wealth of experience in multi-jurisdictional projects, particularly on implementing e-commerce and data management projects in Asia and across the globe.

Career

  • Solicitor, qualified in Queensland, Australia in 1999
  • Solicitor, qualified in Hong Kong in 2003

Memberships

  • Fellow of Information Privacy (FIP) with the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) 
  • Member of IAPP Asia Advisory Board and the Women Leading Privacy Board

Lawyer Rankings

Hong Kong > TMT

(Leading individuals)

Anna GamvrosNorton Rose Fulbright

Regularly advising on delicate and complex TMT-related matters, Norton Rose Fulbright‘s sector specialisms cover financial services, fintech, retail, technology, transportation, and hotels and leisure. Financial institutions particularly benefit from the Hong Kong group’s ability to advise on the technology and regulatory aspects of transactions and projects. The Asia-Pacific data protection, privacy and cybersecurity practice is led by Anna Gamvros, whose practice ranges from technology agreements and outsourcing transactions, to privacy, data protection, cybersecurity and breach response, and telecoms and internet regulatory issues. Additional partner-level support is provided by Justin Davidson, who advises multinational and Asian technology firms on IP and technology law issues across Asia; and fintech and financial services regulatory expert, Etelka Bogardi. At senior associate level, Ruby Kwok focuses on TMT-related regulatory issues.

China > TMT: foreign firms

Delivering ‘amazing and timely advice‘, Norton Rose Fulbright‘s Greater China practice stands out for its ability to advise financial institutions on both the technology and regulatory aspects of transactions and projects. It is also sought out for its credentials in cyber breach response and compliance work. Providing ‘commercially-sound solutions‘, Hong Kong-based data and TMT lawyer specialist Anna Gamvros heads the firm’s Asia-Pacific data protection, privacy and cybersecurity practice; Justin Davidson is an experienced IP and technology practitioner; and North Asia fintech leader Etelka Bogardi also leads the firm’s global payments practice.

Australia > IT and telecoms

Praised for clients for an international network and globally-minded expertise which is ‘unique in the market‘, Norton Rose Fulbright works with a mix of high-profile domestic and international TMT players on multi-billion-dollar matters. Co-leading the team is Nick Abrahams, Martyn Taylor, Peter Mulligan, and Anna Gamvros – who joined the Brisbane team from the firm’s Hong Kong office in July 2021. Recent work for the group includes infrastructure upgrades and rollouts, as well as large-scale technology procurement. Other key names to note include the ‘technically excellent’  Ka-Chi Cheung, who regularly works on outsourcing and procurement projects. All lawyers are located in Sydney unless otherwise mentioned.