A highly effective and broadly-experienced Business Leader with a track record for establishing and leading successful businesses to create significant value.
Equally at home: working at board level assessing risk and driving compliance;
leading technology and technical human capital due diligence for large scale M&A transactions;
working with team members to create and drive strategy; and acting as an advisor to C-level executives.
Key expertise also includes: data privacy, technology, risk, diligence and change & transformation leadership.
Experience managing Capital and Operating budgets up to US$280m p.a..
A focused and direct leader, with an emphasis on simplicity and clarity. A holistic perspective, with a proven capacity to identify key areas of improvement and determine the most effective and economical course of remedial action.
A reputation for being engaging, accommodating and attentive while consistently delivering through a pragmatic and commercially focused approach.
Possess an enormous network of contacts, gathered during an extensive global career.
Interested in expanding his portfolio of non-executive directorships.
Primarily a technology investor with investments including Learn Amp, a platform for learning and engagement that amplifies performance and boosts retention and Eoovi an innovative tech company with patented video compression technology.
Non-executive positions include a portfolio of Board roles with technology companies, Advisory Board membership with a UK SME in the Education space and Trustee roles with two non-profit charitable organisations.
Experienced as a keynote and conference speaker. Engagements include the London Leaders events and the Cranfield University MBA alumni conference. Speaking on global data privacy issues and the impact on business, the third sector and the consumer.
Away from work...
A family man, married for over 40 years to Annette with 2 successful sons also working in the technology sector, and 3 grandchildren, Peter is a committed Rotarian, Paul Harris Fellow and benefactor of the Rotary Foundation. Twice President of the Rotary eClub of District 1070, member of the district’s Rotary Foundation grants committee and past District Steward responsible for the governance of grant funding, Peter lives by the codes and ethics set out by Rotary, which are encapsulated in Rotary's 4-Way test:
Of the things we say or do:
Is it the truth?
Is it fair to all concerned?
Will it build goodwill and better friendships?
Will it be beneficial to all concerned?
Peter's second home in south-west France affords him the opportunity to indulge his passion collecting (and drinking) fine wines and exercising his love of cooking.