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Nicky New­ton-King holds a BA and LLB from the Uni­ver­sity of Stel­len­bosch and an LLM from the Uni­ver­sity of Cam­bridge, spe­cial­is­ing in cor­po­rate fi­nance, ad­min­is­tra­tive law and se­cu­ri­ties reg­u­la­tion. She joined the JSE in 1996 from what was then known as Web­ber Wentzel Bowens, where she was a part­ner in the fi­nan­cial ser­vices depart­ment. While at Web­ber, she de­vel­oped one of the first de­riv­a­tives law prac­tices in SA. The JSE was one of her clients, and she pro­vided ad­vice on its dereg­u­la­tion and amend­ments of its rules and l i stings re­quire­ments. In 2003, New­ton-King was named as one of the 100 Global Lead­ers for To­mor­row by the World Eco­nomic Fo­rum, and was named a Yale World Fel­low in 2006. don’t think it is ap­pro­pri­ate to be­lieve that com­peti­tors will never touch you. So we spend ev­ery mo­ment of ev­ery day tun­ing the dial – mak­ing sure that the prod­ucts we of­fer are what the clients want, that the ser­vice lev­els we of­fer to clients are the ones they ex­pect at a price that they think is valu­able. So that any­body that would try and com­pete with us will find it ex­tremely dif­fi­cult to do that.

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