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Stefan Kramer’s practice focuses on capital markets and banking law. He regularly advises 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 and financial markets infrastructures.

Stefan Kramer’s practice focuses on capital markets and banking law. He regularly advises 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 and financial markets infrastructures.

2016
Partner at Homburger
2010
Harvard Law School (LL.M., International Finance Concentration)
2007
Associate at Homburger
2007
Bar admission
2005
Junior Associate at Homburger
2005
University of Zurich (Dr. iur.)
2000
Research and teaching assistant at the University of Zurich
2000
University of Zurich (lic. iur.)

Stefan Kramer is noted for his activity on banking regulation matters, frequently working with leading Swiss banks. Market commentators attest he is an ‹excellent young lawyer› who ‹covers a broad range of matters›.

2020

Stefan Kramer is a top-notch lawyer with ‹expert knowledge of the regulatory and legal framework› and an ‹effective client-oriented approach›.

2020

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Homburger advises the board of directors of gategroup Holding AG on its restructuring consisting of CHF 500 m new funding provided by the shareholders, CHF 200 m senior secured interim liquidity facility extended by shareholders and extension of the maturity of the Group’s syndicated loan facilities to October 2026 as well as certain other amendments

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UBS Group AG successfully completed its issuance of EUR 1.5 bn

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New Swiss DLT legislation adopted in the final parliamentary vote

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Stefan Kramer

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Stefan Kramer’s practice focuses on capital markets and banking law. He regularly advises 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 and financial markets infrastructures.

Stefan Kramer advises on all regulatory aspects, including banking and stock exchange regulations and derivatives market regulations. He is head of Homburger’s Restructuring | Insolvency Working Group and regularly works on insolvency related matters, including recovery and resolution planning and cross-border recognition of insolvency measures.

Stefan Kramer regularly works on regulatory capital transactions and gone-concern capital instruments (write-down bonds and bail-in bonds). He was involved in the structuring and implementation of a number of innovative asset based financings, including Switzerland’s first covered bond programme as well as domestic and cross-border asset securitization transactions involving different asset classes.

He regularly publishes on banking and financial market matters and is an editor of the Commentary on the Swiss Banking Act as well as the Commentary on the Swiss Financial Market Infrastructure Act.

Career

2016
Partner at Homburger
2010
Harvard Law School (LL.M., International Finance Concentration)
2007
Associate at Homburger
2007
Bar admission
2005
Junior Associate at Homburger
2005
University of Zurich (Dr. iur.)
2000
Research and teaching assistant at the University of Zurich
2000
University of Zurich (lic. iur.)

Languages

English, German

Bar Registration

Admitted to the Swiss bar

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