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Peter Wall spent 40 years in the British Army, commissioned into the Royal Engineers in 1974, and finishing as its Chief from 2010 to 2014.
He has served all over the world, including operational command tours in Rhodesia, the Balkans, and Iraq. He has extensive experience of Whitehall, and at the top of Government.
Following the 2010 Defence Review he led the Army through its most significant restructuring for a generation to reduce costs and optimize operational effectiveness.
He is now Director of Amicus, a strategic leadership consultancy, specializing in imparting his military command experience to the corporate world.
He is an honorary fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering and the Institution of Civil Engineers.
He has played his fair share of sport and follows it avidly.