Peter Martyr is the Former Global Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Norton Rose Fulbright, a major global law firm. He obtained his Law Society Part 2 Professional Qualification from College of Law and received his LLB (Hons) from University College Cardiff, University of Wales. He started his career in 1979 in Norton Rose as a solicitor; where he became a partner, managing partner, CEO and finally Global CEO between 2010 and 2020. As the Global CEO, he was responsible for setting and driving the global strategic direction of the firm, completing major law firm mergers in Australia, South Africa and Canada between 2010 and 2012, in 2014 creating Norton Rose Fulbright through a further merger with Fulbright & Jaworski LLP. Subsequent mergers included the New York firm of Chadbourne & Parke LLP. He introduced a number of new global business lines, particularly Risk Advisory (focusing on cyber, ESG, sustainability, regulation and financial services) and NRF Transform, a global change and innovation program, designed to create more efficient legal solutions for clients. He also established a Global Diversity and Inclusion Advisory Council, responsible for driving diversity and inclusion targets and initiatives across the global firm. He is an experienced advisor to boards and management committees on global strategy, governance and enterprise risk management issues. He has significant experience of global strategic development and implementation, creating innovative culture and change management programs. At Norton Rose Fulbright, he undertook multiple integration programs and has been responsible for development of Executive Committee, Board governance and risk management functions. He was identified in 2013 as a “Top 50 innovator over the last 50 years” by American Lawyer, and “Top 10 Business People” by The Times in 2012 and “Honorary Catalyst CEO Champion for Change” in 2020 and is the recipient of a number of law firm management awards. Martyr became a Member of Koç Holding Board of Directors in 2021.