Raised in Bulawayo and educated at the city’s leading private school, St. Patrick’s Christian Brothers College (CBC), Gerald spent four years in the United Kingdom studying for his law degree, which he obtained from the University of London.
After spending seven years in the local banking sector primarily is General Counsel, he founded Titan Law in 2004.
Gerald’s main practice areas are corporate and commercial law, including finance and investment law. Many of the recent FDI transactions into Zimbabwe have been under his active guidance.
He has expertise in Exchange Control law and regulations, and has been involved in structuring significant mining investments in Zimbabwe.
He is one of the leading authorities on agricultural law, in particular land reform. Gerald was part of the team of that appeared before the SADC Tribunal in Windhoek, representing beneficiaries of Zimbabwe’s land reform program.
Gerald continues to advise investors, corporates and individuals on sanctions and related restrictive measures imposed on Zimbabwe. He was part of the legal team led by the late David Vaughan QC that challenged the then EU sanctions imposed on a number of Zimbabwean individuals in the General Court of the European Union.
He is actively involved in advising many foreign firms in the collection and repatriation of legacy debts and international judgments relating to their investments and assets in the country.
A director of a number of companies in Zimbabwe, Gerald is also Chairman of the Sports & Recreation Commission. He is the Patron of the Zimbabwe Polo Association as well as an Honorary Life Member of the Harare Polo Club. Through Titan Law, he ensures for the sponsorship of polo, rugby, cricket and various other sporting and recreational activities in the country.