Peter has an assortment of business experience at global institutions. Peter has international management and corporate strategy experience within the information technology sector (Wolters Kluwer Inc. and Proofpoint Inc.) in addition to legal experience within the capital markets, technology and tax groups at McCarthy Tetrault LLP. Prior to this, he attained various economic research positions at the Export Development Bank of Canada and other various federal government departments. His professional interests include matters related to global corporate strategy, the consumer non-cyclical industry and enterprise technology.
Peter is a graduate of McGill University’s Faculty of Law and a Member of the Law Society of Upper Canada. Prior to studying law he obtained an Honours Baccalaureate in Commerce, Magna Cum Laude, from the University of Ottawa, Telfer School of Management, and was a recipient of numerous awards of excellence.
Matthew has diverse legal and business experience encompassing large enterprise technology companies (Dell Inc.), high growth technology companies (Clio Inc. and Fiix Inc.), startups (BrainStation Inc.) international legal firms (Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP and Davis Polk and Wardwell LLP) and government (Attorney General of Ontario). In addition, his research in private international law has been published in several respected law journals. He is also a trusted thought leader lecturing on the societal impacts of emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence and robotics. Matthew is a graduate of McGill University’s Faculty of Law and a Member of the Law Society of Upper Canada. Prior to studying law he obtained an Honours BA in International Development and French Literature at the University of Western Ontario.
True to his passion for progress he has also completed a diploma of International Affairs from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva as well as certificates in Law and Entrepreneurship and Corporate Finance from Northwestern University School of Law and the Stephen M. Ross School of Business.