Lecturer since 2009, teaching at Gower College Swansea mainly on AAT and ACCA courses.  Joined Swansea University in 2015 teaching on level 6 undergraduate management accounting courses. 

Graduated in Chemical Engineering MEng  from Imperial College London and subsequently qualified as Chartered Accountant ACA with Coopers and Deloittes. I audited businesses around South Wales and prepared accounts. After qualifying I spent one year with Pannell Kerr Forster as an audit and accounts supervisor.

Spent eight years employed in Accenture  working on the BP oil contract. Various roles included joint venture accountant, year end accounts and management accountant. Also worked as financial controller for several companies subsequently and in practice preparing statutory accounts.

Teaching

  • MN-3011 Financial Accounting 2

    The purpose of this module is to provide a foundation in the theory and practice of financial reporting for groups of companies. Companies make investments in other entities. International Financial Reporting Standards have clear requirements as to how the investing company should account for these investments. Students will learn about the different types of investments and how to identify the nature of the investment in other entities. They will learn the techniques required to prepare financial statements for simple groups of companies in compliance with International Financial Reporting Standards. A second key topic in this module is accounting for non-current assets both tangible and intangible. Students will learn the requirements of International Financial Reporting Standards relating to non-current assets and will learn the techniques required to include non-current assets correctly in the financial statements.

  • MN-3536 Financial Accounting 3

    The purpose of the module is to complete the students' knowledge of financial reporting standards in particular those relating to more complex transactions.Students will be encouraged to engage in debate about current accounting issues and to explore professional judgement and how it is exercised.Students will continue to develop their awareness of personal responsibility and professional codes of conduct incorporating an ethical dimension into their work.

  • MN-D015 Independent Project

    The module requires an independently researched analysis of a finance/accounting related topic (as appropriate to the programme the student is undertaking). It is intended to provide a degree of synthesis of the various course components. The student should be able to demonstrate he/she is able to apply knowledge and skills gained and that he/she has an understanding of the wider context of the programme of study undertaken.

  • MN-D016 Independent Project

    The module requires an independently researched analysis of an accounting related topic (as appropriate to the programme the student is undertaking). It is intended to provide a degree of synthesis of the various course components. The student should be able to demonstrate he/she is able to apply knowledge and skills gained and that he/she has an understanding of the wider context of the programme of study undertaken.

  • MN-M572 Advanced Performance Management

    The module provides students with an opportunity to develop and apply master¿s level knowledge, understanding and skills within an accountancy and finance related context. The module will require students to assimilate master¿s level knowledge and demonstrate critical appraisal of alternative solutions to financial decision making based on systematic analysis of complex business problems. Students will also be required to demonstrate independent research capability and presenting complex ideas through a range of different media appropriate to a finance professional.

  • MN-M583 Corporate Reporting (P2)

    The module provides students with an opportunity to develop and apply master¿s level knowledge, understanding and skills within an accountancy and finance related context. The module will require students to assimilate master¿s level knowledge and demonstrate critical appraisal of alternative solutions to financial decision making based on systematic analysis of complex business problems. Students will also be required to demonstrate independent research capability and presenting complex ideas through a range of different media appropriate to a finance professional.