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MTN Group appoints Modise as group chief legal counsel

Tuesday 28 May 2019 | 09:02 CET | News
Modise joins MTN from Absa, where she was Head of the Transaction Management Group, responsible for the delivery of end-to-end deal execution services, consisting of legal structuring and solutioning, deal administration, deal co-ordination and post-deal management services. Modise began her career at Bell Dewar & Hall (now Fasken Martineau) and was admitted to the High Court as an attorney in 2003. She went on to be a partner at Bowman Gilfillan, specialising in Corporate Mergers and Acquisitions.   

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