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n.1.A rough diamond.
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According to Kowarski, who has a background in corporate finance, 'Ball is known as a pioneering private equity practitioner and as one of the most astute and respected investors in South Africa.' During his tenure at Brait, the company successfully raised four funds, listed on the JSE and the company completed many successful transactions including Pepkor and Net1.
Virgin Active are nearly 80 per cent owned by South African investor Brait.
[39.] Hoque MO, Begum S, Brait M, Jeronimo C, Zahurak M, Ostrow KL, Rosenbaum E, Trock B, Westra WH, Schoenberg M, Goodman SN, Sidransky D.
It is backed by South African retail billionaire Christo Wiese, whose Brait investment group also owns controlling stakes in Virgin Active, New Look and food chain Iceland.
(23) Sonia Koshkina, Maidan--Nerasskayannaia Istoria (Kiev: Brait Books, 2015), 400.
Brait et al., "Erythropoietin attenuates hyperoxia-induced cell death by modulation of inflammatory mediators and matrix metalloproteinases," Developmental Neuroscience, vol.
In the UK, deals over e1/41 billion in value included the sales of Virgin Active and New Look to Brait, the South African investor.
O interior do texto e dialogico, pois configura-se como espaco de dialogo entre os interlocutores e entre outros textos (BRAIT, 1997).