Johan Roodt B Proc


"At Roodt Inc we provide the full spectrum of corporate advisory services pertaining to M&A, covering deal strategy and structure, regulatory and fiscal strategy, deal negotiation and contract drafting, undertaking and managing due diligence investigations and reporting, deal closure and implementation, including regulatory and anti- trust filings and litigation where necessary."


B Com, University of Pretoria;
B Proc, University of South Africa

Johan Roodt is internationally recognised as a leading specialist attorney in the fields of local and cross-border Mergers and Acquisitions, Corporate Governance, Securities Law, Energy and Resources Law, Competition Law and Regulatory Law.

As the team leader in the boutique firm Roodt Inc. he represents a wide spectrum of listed and unlisted corporate clients in various economic sectors. He is well respected not only for his ability to get the job done but also for the strategic input and wide range of specialist experience he brings to bear on the matters he handles.

He has recently represented a range of European and other Trans-national companies in the fields of renewable energy, wholesale retail, the chemical industry and resources industry in regard to cross-border transactions in this field.

Johan is a past chairman of the coal committee of the Section on Energy and Resources Law of the International Bar Association. He has lectured and addressed national and international conferences and seminars on subjects such as housing development, native land rights, mineral and mining law and policy, banking law and corporate law.

Natashua Coetzer



BCom Law, University of Pretoria, 2008
LLB, University of Pretoria, 2010

Natashua has experience in mergers and acquisitions, commercial contracts, competition law, company law and corporate governance.

Dawie Beyers



LLB, University of Pretoria, 2011
LLM (International Business Law), Tilburg University, 2013

Dawie has experience in mergers and acquisitions, commercial contracts, competition law, commercial litigation, copyright infringement, corporate governance, gambling law, administrative law and regulatory compliance.

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