Peter Martin – Global CEO at Dalton Capital US
As the Global CEO of Dalton Capital US, Peter Martin has driven the strategy behind some of the world’s greatest crisis management and risk mitigation providers for over 30 years. Today, he is actively looking to acquire gold star organizations in the security, intelligence, and technology space that complement the already impressive Dalton portfolio, including FocusPoint International, ISB Global Services, and Flight Planners Travel. Peter has also successfully brokered the divestiture of brands, ASAP Secured and AFIMAC Global from within Dalton.
Peter continues to be a highly recognizable figure in the security and duty of care industry, collaborating across global markets by forging long-lasting partnerships and offering best-in-class services to Fortune 500 companies and government agencies.
Beyond his leadership skills, he maintains a strong affiliation with the Young Presidents’ Organization, is a Harvard Executive Education attendee, and is continually relied upon as a subject matter expert in use-of-force training, crisis management, risk assessment, and personal/asset protection. He also specializes in labor dispute management, crisis and natural disaster response, executive and close protection services, and cargo security.
As a highly regarded keynote speaker, Peter has lent his knowledge to endless institutions and trade shows. He focuses on the importance of highly detailed risk analyses and proactive measures to enhance safety while protecting both people and property. Mr. Martin previously held an adjunct professor status teaching Advanced Security Management & Security Law in a leading graduate studies program in Canada.
Active memberships include:
- Association of Threat Assessment Professionals (ATAP)
- Overseas Security Advisory Council (OSAC)
- American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS)
- International Association of Counter-Terrorism & Security Professionals (IACSP)
- International Security Management Association (ISMA)
- Young Presidents Organization (YPO)