Rhian is a Fellow of the ICAEW, and has 20 years' experience in professional and higher education, following a career in audit in both private and public sectors. She is particularly interested in corporate governance and ethics in accounting and finance, and teaches both undergraduate and postgraduate modules in this area.
Dow, Rhian and Turksen, Umut (2017): Independence and protection of accountants and auditors in the EU AML Framework. In: Ryder, Nicholas , Turksen, Umut and Tucker, John, (eds.) The financial crisis and white collar crime – legislative and policy responses: a critical assessment. London, U.K. : Routledge. (Law of Financial Crime Series) ISBN 9781138119970
Assurance, Governance and Ethics
This module introduces students to the concepts of assurance, governance and ethics in the corporate environment and explores the role of management and auditors in this context....
Corporate Governance & Ethics
This module provides students with a critical understanding of contemporary issues in corporate governance and accountability with a focus on the need for, and in some cases, apparent lack of...
Business and Professional Ethics
An introduction to the moral norms of international accounting and financial management, the ethical choices to which they give rise and the resources on which such choices can be based....
Rhian is Module Convener for:
AC102 Assurance, Governance and Ethics
AC313 Business and Professional Ethics
ACM001 Corporate Governance and Ethics