Peter has studied the phenomenology of money since the early 1980s, giving presentations and performing original research with small groups. Following an MBA in Geneva, Peter ran a business providing management training, leadership and strategic development processes for companies. The stimulus for his monetary research began through observing the arbitrary effects of financial tools used in the context of these activities. In 1987 he became an independent financial and organisational consultant to companies and non-profit organisations. In 1994 he launched his first public Money Seminar and in 1999 initiated a new international conference series on Money & Business Partnership.
After studying law and economics
in Switzerland, Urs lived several years in Australia. He later spent
more than 20 years in management and board positions in a Swiss-based
family business (packaging, printing inks, real estate and
construction). As an entrepreneur and project facilitator, Urs learned first-hand the need for support and motivation for employees and associates. This sparked his interest in personal and performance leadership issues. He became an ICF certified coach, applying principles learned from several coaching schools and frameworks, with a special focus on inter-cultural perspectives and values work. He considers his rich and diverse business biography as a major asset for his work.