Peter specialises in fraud and regulatory litigation, much of it international. He has many years’ experience of investigations and prosecutions relating to fraud, corruption, cartels, export controls, sanctions, money laundering and tax/duty evasion, as well as the regulatory and civil dimensions of these proceedings. He also has extensive experience of extradition and mutual legal assistance.
Graduated in law from Exeter University and called to the Bar in 1985. He was a prosecutor at the Crown Prosecution Service and Serious Fraud Office before becoming a partner at Peters & Peters. He was a co-founder of Corker Binning in 2001
Committee member of JUSTICE. Past co-chair of the Business Crime Committee of the International Bar Association and past Treasurer of the London Criminal Courts Solicitors’ Association
Peter contributes to articles in legal journals, provides responses to consultation papers and regularly makes broadcast appearances. He is a contributor to the 'Law of International Fraud' (Sweet & Maxwell, 2001), 'Fraud: Law, Practice and Procedure' (Butterworths, 2004) and the Practitioners Guide to Global Investigations (GIR, 2017). Peter is a regular speaker at conferences in the UK and overseas.