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Tony Graham

Lecturer in Management Accounting

Department Director of Academic Tutoring for UG Accounting Programmes

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Specialisms

  • Management Accounting, 
  • Business Strategy, 
  • Financial Management, 
  • Corporate Finance

Location

G26, Henley Business School, Whiteknights

Tony Graham has a wealth of experience in delivering professional and HE financial education. He is a FCA and CFA Charterholder, and is an Associate Member of the ACT; he is a FHEA, a CMBE and has a PGCE.

Tony graduated from Cambridge with a Maths degree and after 6 years in practice with large accountancy firms, spent over thirty years in professional exam training for all levels of CFA, ICAEW, ACCA, CIMA and ACT exams as well as exams for CISI, particularly in the areas of Financial Management, Management Accounting, Business Strategy and Performance Evaluation.

In addition, he has delivered a range of in-house executive training courses on topics such as business performance evaluation, valuations, derivatives, hedging, risk analysis and transfer, investment appraisal and general business awareness. His clients ranged from global banks and fund managers to insurance companies, television producers, government agencies and departments, and charities.

Tony has been teaching at Henley for 5 years as a Lecturer in Management Accounting, covering various modules in Financial Management and Management Accounting.

Further Management Accounting

This module builds upon the foundations of management accounting established in AC107 Management Information by developing a critical understanding of the main concepts and ideas underlying management control systems. ...

Module code: AC220

Financial Management

The module focuses on the key factors to be considered in corporate financial management decision makings, in terms of working capital management, sources of long-term finance, dividend policies, risk management...

Module code: AC311

Financial Management

The module focuses on the key factors to be considered in corporate financial management decision makings, in terms of working capital management, sources of long-term finance, dividend policies, risk management...

Module code: AC218

AC106: Introduction to Management Accounting

AC208: Management Information

AC303: Advanced Business Finance

AC311: Financial Management