Peter – ICH

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  • 1999-2015 Director and Programme Manager, Enterprise Microfinance and Local Development, International Training Centre of the ILO, Turin, Italy
  • 1996-1998 Project Director, Institutional Strengthening, Private Sector Commission, Guyana
  • 1995-1996 Senior International Consultant, Barcelona, Spain
  • 1994-1995 Bristol University, Master in Development Administration and Planning, UK
  • 1989-1993 Technical Co-operation Officer, DFID, Cooperative and ni-Vanuatu Business, Vanuatu, South Pacific
  • 1983-1989 Finance Manager, Circle Thirty-three Housing Trust, London, UK
  • 1981-1983 Accountant, Plessey Company plc, UK
  • 1978-1980 Juan XXII Co-operative, Santiago, Panama
  • 1975-1978 KPMG, City of London Office

Peter is from London and Surrey in the UK. He has been working internationally for most of his career and has lived in Guyana, Panama, Vanuatu, Spain, and, currently, Italy. He is recently retired from the International Training Centre of the ILO where he was a departmental head of a training programme focusing on enterprise development, microfinance and local development.Peter is an expert on entrepreneurship, business management and enterprise development. He has many years of experience as a manager, and also in organizational development. He has worked in over 75 countries in all regions of the world. In the area of business coaching, Peter has led the conceptual design of programmes that combine training and coaching for business owners. Peter conducts coaching sessions for managers and entrepreneurs. Peter holds a bachelor degree in economics and accounting, a Master in development administration and planning, and the professional qualification of Chartered Accountant .Before leaving the UK he worked for a multinational enterprise in the United Kingdom and a large London-based non-profit organization. Since 2009, he has carried extensive work in the area of enterprise restructuring in Europe and also Corporate Social Responsibility.