Gerrie van Gaalen

Between 1997 and 2004 Gerrie was employed by ABN AMRO Bank (London & Amsterdam) in the division Global Transaction Services (GTS (International Cash Management)) to assist them with the establishment and management of transactional business worldwide.

Prior to his seven years in England Gerrie obtained his B Comm. (Law) and LL.B. degrees at the Rand Afrikaans University and was admitted as an Attorney in 1997. During his stay in London he obtained his LL.M. (Computing and Communications) degree from Queen Mary College, University of London.

He has extensive knowledge and experience in the areas of IT, Intellectual Property, eCommerce, Communications (and related Corporate and Commercial transactions), IT Forensics law and Risk Management & Corporate Governance.

Areas of practice:

Property & IT Law
Company Services

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