Norton Rose Fulbright has added a new partner in Hong Kong to bolster its technology and innovation team.

Anna Gamvros joins the firm from Baker & McKenzie where she had been partner since 2012, and will help her new firm grow its North Asia technology and innovation business focused on Hong Kong and China. 

“Clients in all sectors are under increasing pressure to adopt new technologies and utilise and protect the incredibly valuable data assets that they hold,” says Stella Cramer, Norton Rose Fulbright’s head of technology and innovation in South East Asia. “This shift brings all kinds of high level risks for businesses and cyber security, data protection and security breach is top of mind for the C-suite. Anna will bolster the team and ensure we can meet with growing demand from clients we’re facing in this crucial area across the region.”

Gamvros has over 10 years’ experience acting in IT contracts and outsourcing, privacy and data protection, telecommunications and internet regulatory issues. Recent highlights include advising one of the world’s leading e-commerce platform providers on its joint venture to launch an online auction marketplace in China, and advising a Hong Kong listed company on an investment by an international gaming technology company and the associated licensing of the latest gaming technology.

Norton Rose Fulbright has over 3800 lawyers across 50 cities in Europe, the United States, Canada, Latin America, Asia, Australia, Africa, the Middle East and Central Asia.