Peter Frank served as Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer of Daymon Worldwide from 2001 – 2005. Prior to Daymon, Peter worked at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, as part of its Global Leadership and as Global Risk Management Partner. Before the merger with Coopers & Lybrand, he was a Vice Chairman at Price Waterhouse, with responsibilities for Risk Management, Ethics, Practice Protection, the Office of General Counsel, and the firm’s operations in Asia. Peter helped plan, execute and implement the Price Waterhouse/Coopers & Lybrand merger, was responsible for Regulatory Affairs, and helped design and negotiate the restructure of PwC, separating its audit/tax and related businesses from certain of its consulting lines.
Peter spent most of his professional career leading the Price Waterhouse Bankruptcy, Business Turnaround and Dispute Analysis practice. He served on Price Waterhouse’s Policy Board (Board of Directors) and its Management Committee. For more than 30 years he acted as a management consultant and expert witness for litigation, government and industrial clients. Peter’s expertise was applied in engagements involving analyses of economic, liability and damages issues in connection with expert testimony; strategic and financial planning; information and cost systems design and implementation; and feasibility studies and valuations.
In 1991, Peter was Consultant to the “Christopher Commission’s” study of the Los Angeles Police Department and the alleged excessive use of force. In 1992, he acted as Special Consultant for the Los Angeles Police Commission study (the “Webster Commission”), organized to assess the city agencies’ response following the riots in Los Angeles.more » « less