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An accomplished and commercially astute C-level Executive with a wealth of highly transferable operations leadership skills and credentials gained from a career driving efficiency through automation, regulatory compliance, process excellence and profitable growth for a range of divisions across two major international global organisations throughout Europe, Asia and North America.
Substantially experienced in translating ambitious global corporate visions into strategic localised growth plans, particularly where high degrees of complexity and disparate cultural and stakeholder issues exist. Comfortable operating with a strong emphasis on efficiency and cost management, including a history of success transforming core business functions into models of operational excellence within complex and global business environments.
A highly credible and motivated professional, equipped with a progressive and accelerated career path spanning general management, board and committee governance, compliance and risk management, business leadership, change delivery design and implementation. Peter is renowned for adopting a people-oriented philosophy and influential management style, which mentors, motivates and engages multi-cultural and multi-functional teams to deliver against best practice benchmark standards with strong business partner and stakeholder engagement across differing jurisdictions.
Fellow, Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment
CISI Continued Professional Development
The Resilience Development Co – Resilience Training
Project Management – in-house training
AML/Regulatory – in-house training
Process Excellence – in-house training
London is where I was born. I have been fortunate enough to have lived in Asia, Africa, and Europe over the years which I loved, both the people and the culture. However, at the end of the day, I guess Samuel Johnson was right when he said, “When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life”.
If you could invite any three people to dinner, past or present, who would they be and why?
Leonardo Da Vinci as I would like to ask him where he was between 1476 and 1478 as there is no record of his work or even of his whereabouts and when he re-emerged he had all of these ideas, inventions and plans. How Leo? What were you up to?
Alexander the Great, well the name and his achievements speak for themselves; no commentary needed.
Katherine Johnson, the African-American mathematician who calculated by hand trajectory and orbital equations analysis for the flight paths of many spacecraft during her more than three decades (1953 to 1986) with the U.S. space programme. This work sent astronauts into orbit around the moon and contributed to the Space Shuttle programme. For the Friendship 7 mission, astronaut John Glenn didn’t trust the new NASA IBM computer and would only launch once Johnson manually recalculated the figures. Her achievements were against a backdrop of racial segregation with the Civil Rights Act only coming into force in 1964. Born in 1918, her achievements and those of her African-American colleagues were honoured in a recent film called Hidden Figures.
“You shall, I question not, find a way to the top if you diligently seek for it; for nature hath placed nothing so high that it is out of the reach of industry and valor” - Alexander the Great
What is your dream occupation and why?
Caretaker holding the key to the cellars of the Vatican within whose vaults there are many historical secrets. I’d be a real pain, very nosy and would open everything.
What is number 1 on your bucket list?
To visit Graceland and have a beer and burger with Elvis. You are wrong, I know he is still alive!
Favourite restaurant in the Channel Islands?
The Park House – brilliant Thai food, great atmosphere, basic décor and Aranya the owner is fabulous.
If you could travel back and witness any historical event, what would it be and why?
To stand with the 300 at Thermopylae and experience that ‘Molon Labe’ moment. Such a critical point in the worlds history – “Oh stranger passing by, tell the Spartans that here we lie, obedient to their laws.”