We’ll probably employ more people.— Wahl Bartmann, Fidelity Security Group CEO
We’re 100% local with a level 1 BEE rating.— Wahl Bartmann, Fidelity Security Group CEO
Fidelity Security Group has bought ADT South Africa from its NYSE-listed parent Tyco for R1.9 billion.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Fidelity Security Group CEO Wahl Bartmann.
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