Evans Mandowa
Evans Mandowa
Telephone: 011-290-4000
Mobile: 073 745 6874
Email: evansmandowa@counsel.co.za

Evans Mandowa

Evans Mandowa joined the bar in January 2016. He holds BA (Law), LLB and LLM in Company Law, Banking & Finance and Refugee Laws degrees from Wits University.

Evans is a former admitted attorney with work experience in Practice, Banking & Finance, FMCG, Mining & Metals and Oil & Gas sectors.

He was an Articled Clerk and Associate at ENS, Senior Associate at Eversheds, Legal Manager at Standard Bank and Senior Legal Advisor at Arcelormittal, Coca-Cola, Brandhouse and BP before joining the bar.

Evans is specialised in ISDAs, Master Agreements, Schedules, and Definitions published – Credit derivatives and Swap Definitions. He was the primary resource for Credit Linked Notes, Credit Derivatives, Interest Rate Derivatives, Bonds, Inflation Linked Products including Swaps, Forwards, Options or a Combination. He also got to work and gain experience in credit, securitisation, structured finance, debt collection, property, finance, debtor finance and syndicated loans, retail, card, vehicle and asset finance, sponsorships and home loans amongst other within banking and finance.

Evans’ most experience is in general commercial and corporate law including drafting and reviewing all sorts of commercial agreements. He has in this space done, mergers & acquisitions work which includes due diligences and sI97 of the Labour Relations Act and compliance and regulatory work in relation to health and safety, competition law, food laws, liqour licensing, advertising, national credit act, consumer protection and company law.

Evans enjoys sports, entertainment, intellectual property and marketing related law – in particular advising on sponsorships of teams and events contracts.

Areas of Practice:

  • Banking and Finance
  • Commercial Litigation
  • Company Law
  • Intellectual Property Law
  • Immigration and Refugee law
  • Contract Law
  • Sports Law
  • Media Law
  • Insolvency Law
  • Oil and Gas Law
  • Consumer Protection Law