Duncan Angwin is the Sir Roland Professor of Strategic Management and Head of the Department for Strategy and Entrepreneurship at Lancaster University, Sunday Times University of the Year 2018. He has been visiting professor at many leading Universities in the UK, continental Europe, US, Australia and China.
His 8 years as a senior investment banker in corporate finance with banks such as Hambros Bank and Banque Paribas as well as extensive academic grounding with degrees from Cambridge University (M.A (Hons), M.Phil.), Cranfield University (MBA) and University of Warwick (PhD), place him at the intersection between theory and practice. This blend of practice and academic insight informs his consulting, teaching and research.
Strategy + Mergers and Acquisitions
I believe business is more than just finance and so I lecture, research and consult on the importance of strategy. In particular I focus upon the practices of strategy, which include strategy formulation, implementation and the role of strategy directors. I specialise in growth strategies, particularly international Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) where I use a multi-disciplinary approach to explain why deals succeed or fail.