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CIS expert joins Compli-Serve SA

31 August 2015 Compli-Serve SA
Debra Gill.

Debra Gill.

Compli-Serve SA is pleased to announce the appointment of Debra Gill to their compliance officer team from 1 September 2015.

Debra holds a B Juris and LLB from the University of Port Elizabeth (now NMMU) and has an MBA in Global Financial Markets completed in 2008 through the University of Southern Queensland, Australia. She has studied Unit Trusts and Financial Markets part time, and is also a registered Tour Guide of the Western Cape.

In 1992 she was admitted as an Advocate of the Supreme Court of South Africa, in the Bloemfontein Supreme Court.

Debra first began her career in financial services in 2001 as a Legal Advisor to the Representative Body of the Unit Trust Industry (then known as the Association of Unit Trusts, and today ASISA). She has also worked as Head of Legal and Compliance in positions at Momentum Unit Trusts and m Cubed. She joined the Efficient Group to set up and manage the unit trust company Efficient Collective Investments (Pty) Ltd (now Boutique Collective Investments), where she way employed up until May of this year.

Additional experience includes working for the State Prosecutor for the Department of Justice, working as a Law Lecturer, Legal Advisor to Treasury Division of The Standard Bank of South Africa and a Company Secretary to listed companies including Group Five.

She has been a registered Compliance Officer with the FSB for approximately ten years.

“We welcome Debra and the wealth of expertise and experience she brings with her. She will be primarily engaged with Asset Managers, Unit Trust Management Companies and other matters relating to the Collective Investment Scheme environment,” says Richard Rattue, Managing Director of Compli-Serve.

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