Mr Richard Kenyon

    • United Kingdom

    Personal profile

    Contact Details

    Tel: 0121 204 4977

    Email: r.kenyon@aston.ac.uk

    Research Interests

    Ethics and accounting.

    Teaching Activity

    Strategic Management Accounting PG and previously 3rd year UG

    Business Taxation UG

    And 'supply teacher' roles this year for:

    Audit and Assurance 3rd year UG

    Financial Accounting 2nd year UG

    Otherwise I have taught PG and UG: Risk, Corporate Governance, Financial Accounting, Ethics and Audit

     

    Biography

    I worked in professional audit and accounting for over 10 years including Big 4, public sector, medium and small practices on a range of very different clients (from a recording company to a building society amongst others).  I also spent about six years in the Governance & Risk Department of Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust (now part of UHB) assisting the Governance Director.  I entered university teaching in 2012 with a temporary stint at Keele University and never looked back moving on to Aston in 2019 after working at Northampton and BCU.  My first piece of research was published in 2013 and I've written pieces sporadically since then with my main focus moving to ethics in accounting since working on that area of teaching at BCU.

    Education/Academic qualification

    PG Cert, Teaching and Learning in HE, Birmingham City University

    1 Oct 201330 Sept 2014

    Award Date: 14 Oct 2014

    PG Dip, Export Marketing Management, Buckinghamshire New University

    1 Sept 198130 Jun 1983

    Award Date: 30 Jun 1983

    BSc, Mathematics, University of Durham

    1 Oct 197830 Jun 1981

    Award Date: 30 Jun 1981

    External positions

    External Examiner

    1 Sept 202031 Dec 2024

    Keywords

    • HG Finance
    • Accounting
    • Ethics
    • Taxation
    • Management Control
    • Governance
    • Audit

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