Professor Mark Graham (MCom, CA(SA))
Professor Mark Graham has been the Head of the College of Accounting since 2010. In addition to 18 years of academic experience, he has six years of experience in Commerce and Industry in the UK.
He lectures in Financial Reporting at both undergraduate and postgraduate level within the College of Accounting, as well as lecturing on the MBA programme at UCT’s Graduate School of Business. Professor Graham is the founding author of the textbook Understanding Financial Statements used by many SA business schools and universities.
As an adjudicator on Ernst & Young’s Excellence in Integrated Reporting awards, Professor Graham is involved in a number of projects related to Integrated Reporting with the company’s Climate Change & Sustainability Division, and is frequently asked to conduct presentations and workshops on IFRS. View Professor Mark Graham’s Journey from student to CA (SA).
Professor Alex Watson (B Com (Hons), CA(SA))
Professor Alex Watson is the Teaching and Learning coordinator for the College of Accounting, and the educational co-ordinator of the Post Graduate Diploma in Accounting (CTA-equivalent). She specialises in framework-based teaching, and is frequently asked to present on this subject.
In addition, Professor Watson is the editor of a number of Financial Reporting textbooks, used from first year to professional level.
She is a member of IASCF’s Education Advisory Group, the Integrated Reporting Working Group and SAICA’s Competency Framework Part 1 Working Group, and has previously served as chairperson of the Accounting Practices Committee.
Professor Watson currently serves as an independent director and audit committee chair of two listed companies. View Professor Alex Watson’s Journey from student to CA (SA).
Professor Carlos Correia (MCom, CA (SA))
Professor Carlos Correia is the Head of Managerial Accounting and Finance at the UCT College of Accounting. He is the convenor of the Managerial Accounting and Finance II course with extensive experience in using the case study method in the Masters in Finance programme. Carlos has published close to 40 research articles and conference papers and has won numerous research awards.
He is the co-author of a Management Accounting textbook and principal co-author of the Financial Management text book that is prescribed at 21 universities accross South Africa.
Professor Correia has consulted widely, mainly in the area of Valuations and Cost of Capital to major corporations, government and regulatory authorities.
James Anthony (MCom, CA (SA))
James Anthony is a lecturer in Managerial Accounting and Finance, and lectures at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
James’ areas of research interest include accounting education and topics within the field of both managerial accounting and finance.
Paul Maughan (MPhil, CA(SA))
Paul is a senior lecturer in Managerial Accounting and Finance, and lectures at both undergraduate and postgraduate level, as well as on UCT’s MBA programme.
He leads the College’s approach to the development of pervasive skills, and designed and convenes the final-year Business Analysis & Governance course. He is also a contributing author to Financial Accounting: GAAP Principles.
Paul is a recent winner of the UCT’s Distinguished Teacher Award. View Paul Maughan’s Journey from student to CA (SA).
Goolam Modack (CA (SA))
Goolam Modack is the Deputy Head of the College of Accounting and Section Head for Financial Reporting. He teaches undergraduate and postgraduate financial reporting courses and is the convener of Financial Reporting III.
Goolam is the co-author of Financial Accounting: GAAP Principles and an adjudicator for the EY Excellence in Integrated Reporting survey. He is also an independent, non-executive director of companies.
Michael Harber (CA(SA))
Michael lectures in Auditing and Corporate Governance at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels and previously operated as a management accountant for a financial services company.
Riyaan Mabutha (CA(SA))
Riyaan is a lecturer in Taxation at the UCT College of Accounting, and lectures at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. He is a contributing editor to Questions on SA Tax and is largely involved in tax consulting.
Andrew Hyland (CA(SA))
Andrew is a lecturer in financial reporting and managerial accounting, and lectures at both undergraduate and postgraduate level.
Andrew is a former Academic Fellow of the IFRS Foundations’ Education Initiative.