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Keith Freeman

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Accounting

Keith Freeman has lectured on masters programmes and on a wide range of executive education courses including the Accelerated Development Programme and the Senior Executive Programme. He has been the director of several company specific programmes and was also co-director of the Finance for Non-Finance Executives.

He is a Fellow of both the Institute of Chartered Accountants and the Association of Certified Accountants and was one of the first-ever qualified accountants to obtain a masters degree in the United Kingdom, specialising in Finance and Accounting. He was visiting faculty at University College London and at the European School of Management and Technology in Berlin.

After qualifying he spent several years in the accountancy profession and then left to set up as a consultant. He has experience in both industry and commerce. He has also worked for what was then one of the leading City stockbrokers. During this time he became increasingly involved in training, eventually founding his own accountancy-training firm where he was responsible, as both author and editor, for the development of a wide range of training materials used by accountancy students around the world. He was a director of a portfolio management company for 21 years until he assisted in its successful sale to a major building society. His business activities include company investigations and financial planning for a few private clients.

Executive Education

Accelerated Development Programme

  • ADP162 Accelerated Development Programme 10-23 September; 30 October-11 November 2016

  • ADP163 Accelerated Development Programme 26 November-9 December 2016; 23 January-3 February 2017

  • ADP171 Accelerated Development Programme 19-31 March 2017; 15-26 May 2017

Senior Executive Programme

  • SEP90 Senior Executive Programme 2-28 October 2016

  • SEP91 Senior Executive Programme 12-24 February; 2-13 April 2017

  • SEP92 Senior Executive Programme 30 April-12 May; 2-14 July 2017

Research Interests

  • Financial reporting
  • Accounting standards
  • Financial analysis
  • Financial ratios
  • Financial statements
  • Performance measurement
  • Shareholder value.