Graham has held various senior management positions throughout Europe, the Far East and South Africa. The early part of his career was in publishing, most notably as Chief Executive of Link House. He went on to run a fully listed PLC, taking the travel interest into ATP and helping to establish this company as a major international player. In 2008 Graham brought in Barclays Private Equity, one of Europe's leading mid-market private equity firms, to take a majority stake in the Group through a secondary MBO. This made possible the £37 million acquisition of Instone International in May 2009 at the lowest point of the economic cycle, a deal accomplished without the need to take on additional bank debt.
Graham is Deputy Chairman of the Guild of Travel Management Companies (GTMC), the UK's leading professional body for travel management companies.
Chief Executive Officer
With a career spanning international leadership roles in the business and leisure travel sectors, Andrew brings experience from multinational brands such as Carlson Wagonlit Travel (CWT), Walt Disney Travel Company, Norwegian Cruise Line, Hertz and British Airways.
Outside of the travel sector, Waller held a senior position in UK Motorsport as managing director of the five leading circuits including Silverstone and Brands Hatch. He has also served as Deputy Chairman of the UK Guild of Travel Management Companies.
Chief Finance Officer
Ian joined ATP in 2003 from travel technology business TelMe Farebase, where he was Peter Muller's predecessor as Managing Director. He was initially appointed Director of the ATP Sports Events division, and has since become Group Finance Director and Head of Technology. Ian worked with the Group's Chairman, Graham Ramsey to coordinate the 2006 MBO, supported by Lloyds Development Capital and Lloyds TSB.
He also managed the subsequent 2008 refinancing with Barclays. His earlier career included corporate finance positions at Ernst & Young.
International Board Director
Peter has worked alongside ATPI’s Chairman, Graham Ramsey for over 10 years as an integral member of the management team. Responsible for the operational aspects of the business, including in developing markets, he also oversees all client services throughout Australia and Asia Pacific. Peter was previously Managing Director of travel technology business TelMe Farebase (Phonelink plc). He began his business career in publishing and CRM enterprises in his native South Africa.
As part of the management team Peter Muller also oversees the specific growth markets of the UAE and South Africa.