Bill Oldfield

Lecturer
Business Practice
Location: Building 115, Room 3045

Qualifications

BSc Auck., BBS Massey., DipTchg Auckland Secondary Teachers Training College

Professional memberships



ICANZ AT

Profile

Bill has taught Advanced Financial Accounting, Accounting for Business, Accounting Applications and Industry Based Learning courses on the BBus.  In addition to his teaching responsibilities, Bill led an active programme for marketing the school for almost a decade.

Disclosure of financial instruments with an emphasis on derivatives, was the focus of Bill's research interest.  He is especially interested in perception of risk by users and how well disclosed financial derivatives are by users.

In addition to teaching, research and study, Bill was external moderator for the NZDipBus paper 100 Accounting Principles. Bill is a member of the ICANZ's Accounting Technician College.

Bill has been on 7 teaching trips to Shan Dong University of Finance and Economics and is the SDUFE co-ordinator.

Publications

Rainsbury, E., Beechey, J., Conveny, R., Gounder, N., Hart, C., Hopkins, L., Ling, A., McKnight, C., Oldfield, W., and Slessor, A. (2008). Review of the CA and ACA Admissions Policy. New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants.

Beechey, J., Coveney, R., Goundar, N., Hart, C., Holden, M., Ling, A., MacKenzie, L., McKnight, C., Oldfield, W., Rainsbury, E., and Slessor, A. (2007). IASB Exposure draft of a proposed international financial reporting standard for small to medium sized entities (IFRS for SMEs). the Financial Reporting Standards Board.

Rainsbury, E., Coveney, R., Goundar, N., Hart, C., Hopkins, L., Harold, L., Ling, A., McKnight, C., Oldfield, W., and Slessor, A. (2006). Admissions policy for the College of Associated Chartered Accountants (ACA). New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants.

McKnight, C., Rainsbury, E., Malcolm, P., Bradbury, M., Coveney, R., Goundar, N., Hart, C., Hopkins, L., Harold, L., Holden, M., Ling, A., MacKenzie, L., Oldfield, W., Prangnell, H., and Slessor, A. (2006). Proposed changes to Associated Chartered Accountants (ACA) designation. New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants.