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Amber is a corporate, mergers and acquisitions lawyer based in Johannesburg. Amber also focuses on Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) structuring, advice, fronting investigations and engagements with the BEE Commission.
Amber is a corporate, mergers and acquisitions lawyer based in Johannesburg. She joined the practice as a candidate attorney in Cape Town in 2011, and was appointed as an associate in our Johannesburg commercial team in January 2013.
Amber has experience in matters which are commercial in nature, but especially involving corporate restructures, broad-based black economic empowerment (BEE) focusing on fronting investigations and engagements with the BEE Commission, establishment of a business presence in South Africa, the establishment and operation of trusts, and regulatory gambling advice and license applications.
She attended the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University and completed her undergraduate Bachelor of Commerce degree, majoring in economics and law, before completing her postgraduate LLB degree (cum laude).
Since completing her studies, Amber has also been admitted as a Notary Public, is a certified Empowerment Technician and has also completed her tax law masters at the University of Witwatersrand. Amber is also an Empowerdex accredited "Certified Empowerment Technician".
BCom Law, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, 2007
LLB, cum laude, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, 2009
LLM, The University of the Witwatersrand, 2016
- Attorney, qualified in South Africa 2012
- Notary Public 2012
Global Legal Insights – Initial Public Offerings 2018, 2nd Edition.
BEE fronting allegations – either founded or unfounded – are damaging
Are your company's contributions to a PBO charity placing you on SARS' watch list?
You may be a citizen of SA, but are you still Black?
BEE contribution presentations and training
Fronting practice presentations and training
Due diligence presentations and training
BEE Commission and reporting obligations presentations and training
Notarial practice presentations and training
South Africa: Let’s talk BEE Series | Part 3 | Corporate and BEE considerations in respect of BEE shareholder selection processes and how they are usually undertaken
Webinar | September 08, 2020
South Africa: Let’s talk BEE | Part 2 | The role of SOEs as a catalyst for a transformative South Africa and how to engage with them from a BEE perspective
Webinar | July 28, 2020
Publication | July 2018
Publication | June 2018