Mark Graham is an Associate Professor at UCT’s Graduate School of Business. He is a former Head of the College of Accounting at the University of Cape Town where he still convenes the M.Com specialising in Financial Reporting, Analysis and Governance. He teaches on the MBA, EMBA and various Executive programs at UCT’s Graduate School of Business. He qualified as a Chartered Accountant (SA) in 1987, and between 1988 and 1993 held a number of senior financial positions with firms in the United Kingdom. He holds an M.Com in Financial Management. He consults to the accounting profession and regularly presents courses on various aspects of accounting and integrated reporting, both public and in-house. He is the former chair of the Association of Heads of Accounting in South Africa. Mark has been involved with EY’s Excellence in Reporting awards since its inception in 1997 and is the current chair of the adjudication panel for the annual EY’s Excellence in Integrated Reporting awards. In his spare time he rides his mountain bike, birdwatches and spends time in the Southern African bush.
QUALIFICATIONS: BBusSc (Finance) Cape Town, MCom (Financial Management) Cape Town, Chartered Accountant (South Africa)
AREAS OF EXPERTISE: Accounting, Finance, Integrated Reporting
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