Masters in Business Administration (UCT)
David Loxton began his career as a state prosecutor, working in both Cape Town and Pretoria and gaining experience prosecuting a wide range of street crimes, including murder, rape, robbery, drug-related crimes, corruption, forgery and theft. David then moved on to work as in-house counsel at a major listed entity, before returning to private practice.
He has advised across all sectors of industry, as well as state-owned enterprises and government departments, in matters of governance, regulation, employment, litigation, corporate crime prevention and investigation. He has generally been instructed by Group Counsel, CEOs or boards as well as heads of departments and senior officials within the government. He has also acted as an advisor on highly sensitive issues involving fraud and corruption and has guided clients through risk mitigation and civil recovery as well as on disciplinary proceedings against implicated employees and individuals.