Peter co-founded the Cambridge Strategy. From 1993 to 2003 Peter was CEO of several of Alliance Capital's subsidiaries in Asia and was responsible for leading the teams that managed Far East equity portfolios. He oversaw research, office administration, compliance, institutional marketing and retail sales. During this period, Peter founded offices for Alliance in Australia, Hong Kong, Taiwan and negotiated the firm's joint-venture in China with Ping-An.
Under his leadership the Australian business became fully integrated fixed income and equities management operations with100 employees and over US$28 billion in assets. In addition Hong Kong's retail and institutional assets grew to more than US$5.5 billion and the Taiwan office became one of the leading retail fund distributors within Alliance and Taiwan. He began his career at Shearson Lehman where he was responsible for trading short-dated Treasury instruments and rose to senior dealer in Hong Kong. He was subsequently promoted to merchant banking head in Australia with responsibility for treasury, stock broking, foreign exchange and fixed income. Peter currently works with the Bank of International Settlements on financial stability in developing markets.
He is a doctoral candidate at the ISM in Paris. Peter holds a BA from Flinders University of South Australia and completed work towards a Masters in Project Management from UTS in Sydney.