Kenton Fine: a bunch of 'SA boikies' getting stuck into 200m euro global services business

Kenton Fine is the London-based executive chairman and founder of Servest, a R10bn turnover, 45,000 employee multinational group. Fine sold Servest for a whopping £540m in 2018 and announced last week that a group of South Africans are getting together to buy Getronics - a Dutch IT services company - for 200 million euros. Fine has teamed up with two other ‘Durban lads’ and a Pretoria boy as ‘a bunch of 'SA boikies' get stuck into this 300m euro global services business’. - Nadya Swart 
27 Jul 2020 12PM English South Africa Investing · Business News

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