Koos BenadieDirector | Attorney
Areas of Expertise
- Commercial Law & Litigation
- Corporate Law & Litigation
- Contracts & Agreements
- Business Rescue
- Post-commencement Finance
Koos is a Director and experienced Corporate and Commercial Law practitioner at Barnard Inc. He specialises in running company law, business rescue, restructure and other corporate legal matters from inception to conclusion, including any litigation, which may arise in respect of such matters.
Koos has acted for a diverse range of corporate clients and has also provided legal services to financial institutions and large retail operations. He advises individuals, companies and liquidators on steps to be taken against debtors, co-directors and shareholders, including liquidation or sequestration applications.
Using our extensive knowledge and experience, we aim to add value and practical solutions.
Koos obtained his Baccalareus Legum (LLB) and Magister Legum (LLM) degrees from the University of Pretoria in 2004 and 2006 respectively. He was admitted as an Attorney of the High Court of South Africa in 2008.
Since then, Koos has received a Certificate (Cum Laude) for Business Rescue Practitioner from the University of South Africa (2013) and a Certificate for B-BEEE Management Development Programme (Cum Laude) from the University of the Witwatersrand (2015).
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