Philip Angier, 65, likes to see himself as a reformed banker
who has spent the last 25 years working in fair trade and the ‘social
enterprise’ end of the third sector. He was formerly Chief Executive of
After an early career in international banking, Philip joined the then
fledgling fair trade pioneer Traidcraft plc in 1987, initially as
Finance Director and later as Chief Executive. During a decade at the
head of Traidcraft Philip oversaw a major change-management programme
and re-structuring of the organisation.
In 2001 Philip stood down from Traidcraft and established Angier
Griffin, an independent social economy consultancy specialising in
social accounting, social finance and social enterprise development -
Philip divides his time between:
Philip and his wife, Elizabeth, live in Alnwick.
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