Kevin Williams PGCHE, FHEA, BA (Hons), MSc

Lecturer in Financial and Management Accounting

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Kevin Williams

Kevin Williams

Lecturer in Financial and Management Accounting

Kevin Williams is a lecturer in Financial and Management accounting, teaching also Financial Management at the postgraduate level, incorporating the university's Executive MBA

Kevin had spent in excess of 25 years in Financial Services prior to joining the university in 2010. Over that time he became a qualified financial advisor and was a founding member of two wealth management/insurance groups, one of them is now an FT 100 listed company.

He still actively consults and specialises in the areas of risk management, accounting and real estate, being an active member of the Institute of Risk Management's Innovation, Value Creation and Opportunity Special Interest Group.

He was the recipient of the Beta Gamma Sigma award from Cass Business School in 2013 for achievements within the areas of risk management and insurance and is currently undertaking a doctorate.

Responsibilities within the university

Kevin lectures on the following courses:

  • Management accounting and ethics in organizations
  • Management accounting
  • Financial/ Risk management
  • Current issues in Financial Management
  • Personal and professional development
  • Personal & Placement tutor


Winner of the 'Outstanding Personal Tutor Award' at the Student Led Teaching Awards 2016

Beta Gamma Sigma award from Cass Business School in 2013

Research / Scholarly interests

  • Risk Management, with an emphasis on Enterprise Risk Management
  • Financial Services
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Real Estate