Skip navigation

Angus Kidd

Angus KiddAngus has over 25 years international Financial Services experience as a Managing Director in Risk Management & Compliance. He spent much of his career based in Asia (Singapore, Japan and Australia) as well as 4 years in Poland running a 5000 person Offshoring Centre. He left Credit Suisse 4 years ago to return to the North East . Angus is currently running the Internal Audit Transformation programme at HSBC . He also has an active interest in a Central European Start Up/Scale Up Forum. Angus brings a strong business network across the UK and beyond and locally is a Non Executive Director, Charity Trustee & School Governor.

Higher and Degree Apprenticeships

Higher and Degree Apprenticeships

At Northumbria University, our higher and degree apprenticeships are more than a learning programme; they are a partnership. We work with organisations to create courses that meet the demands of businesses.



CPD and Short Courses

Our Continual Professional Development (CPD) courses are designed to open up exciting new possibilities for individuals and organisations. By increasing skills and knowledge and introducing new ways of thinking and working we create impact in performance at all levels.

Is your business ready to take on tomorrow?


The world is changing faster than ever before. The future is there to be won by organisations who find ways to turn today’s possibilities into tomorrow’s competitive edge.


Business Partnerships

Northumbria University is committed to working in partnership and sees this as essential to support its ambition as a business-focused, professional university with a global reputation for academic quality.

Latest News and Features

Left to Right: Arina Skorochodova, Dr Mikhail Vasenin, and Dr Savva Shanaev.
Guardian University Guide 2024, Top 40 text graphic.
Northumbria University's City Campus
EXPERT COMMENT: We’re talking about AI a lot right now – and it’s not a moment too soon
Elders Council
Business Clinic
More events

Upcoming events

Ninth International Conference on Lean Six Sigma
Violence Against Women and Girls: Research into Practice

Back to top