Principal Lecturer, Accounting and Financial Management, University of Portsmouth
Christina is a Principal Lecturer in Accounting and Financial Management at the University of Portsmouth.
Christina qualified as a Chartered Accountant, undertaking audits across a variety of business sectors, preparing financial statements, performing due diligence work and providing business services to SMEs. She then spent 8 years working as a forensic accountant for a Big Four firm in London, including disputes and expert witness work; fraud, insider trading, bribery, and corruption investigations; regulatory and US sanctions compliance work; and AML, compliance, and fraud risk reviews. Christina has also been a member of accounting training teams, including acting as a financial expert for advocacy training for the Inner Temple.
Her research is in the areas of forensic accounting, anti-corruption, and corporate governance in sport.
Aug 06, 2022 10:18 am UTC| Sports
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