Jerrold Lichtig


As a Director of Honeylight Enterprises, Jerrold oversees the strategic direction of the company and uses his background in policy and governance and legal to ensure Honeylight clients are serviced with optimal service and achieve their goals. He has held a series of senior management positions within blue chip companies such as Telstra Corporation Limited, with management responsibilities in wholesale, legal and governance and policy management for government and major corporate business.

Jerrold is also a qualified lawyer in the UK, Australia and the Middle East with many years’ experience as a commercial/legal expert and hands on involvement across a wide diversity of industries, including high tech and telecommunications industry. Leveraging off his legal and commercial background, his expertise is in stakeholder management, legal and governance, with the intended goals of commercial optimization.

He is also adept in in-house training services of customer contracts and Business Analysis and management, and is an expert in providing commercial guidance in the implementation of customer action plans. He also has an acute eye for detail and oversees process re-engineering and identification of re-organisational changes leading to improved business progress.

He previously held senior positions in high profile West End firms in London and commercial/legal firms in the Middle East, where he liaised with Government departments, overseas law and accounting firms and international clients in connection with the preparation of research and development agreements, venture capital agreements, stock exchange flotations, international commercial licences and contracts and international civil litigation. Jerrold has spearheaded the identification of changes within legal & regulatory environments, including detailed assessments of their impact on commercial, business and marketing opportunities

He holds certification in Electronic Communications Law, is a qualified lawyer in several continents (England, Australia and Middle East), and holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from London’s City University Business School. An extract of his MBA thesis on “Solicitors’ Offices Overseas” is published in London’s Law Society’s Gazette.