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Peter Curle

Transaction expert

Peter Curle was educated in Scotland and subsequently read Law at Oxford University, taking an MA degree. He has since followed a career in corporate finance and mergers and acquisitions (M&A). Peter has served as an executive/non-executive director of 10 JSE listed companies and has over 40 years’ experience in corporate finance. He has implemented […]

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Guy Addison

Corporate finance

Guy Addison’s career spans two decades with a combination of corporate, entrepreneurial, capital markets and professional service experience. He has worked across Africa and the Middle East, and in various sized businesses from start-up ventures like Netstar International to multinational corporations such as KPMG, EY and Dubai World. Guy has deep on the ground experience […]

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Keith Comline

structuring and compliance expert

Keith Comline provides legal advice in the areas of commercial and corporate law, both locally and internationally, with specialisation in finance & investment and mining law. Keith holds an Honours degree in Business Science and post graduate qualifications in Law as well as an MBA. Prior to Keith’s legal career, he worked as an analyst […]

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Makgoro Seema

Research analyst and project administration

Makgoro a recent graduate is passionate about project management and working with people. Previously, Makgoro served as a secretary at the Evangelical Lutheran Church of South Africa Student Organization (ELCSASO). She is goal driven, determined, a fast learner, resourceful, good at multi-tasking and results driven.

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Neil van Niekerk

Process & Controls Specialist

Neil van Niekerk is a CA and CIMA with extensive experience in compliance, reporting and financial management. He has deep level experience in day-to-day operations and financial reporting, specifically setting up teams and implementing new processes. Key achievements include implementing a performance management system and internal systems and controls to ensure that risks are anticipated, […]

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