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Biography

Dominic Soh is a Lecturer in the Department of Accounting and Corporate Governance. 

Dominic has taught across a range of undergraduate and postgraduate subjects including introductory accounting, management accounting, and auditing and assurance. He has also been involved in executive education, having convened the Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA ANZ) Forensic Accounting Specialisation Course. Dominic has been the recipient of several teaching awards including the Department Citation for Teaching Innovation, the Dean's Citation for Tutoring and the Dean's Excellence Award for Curriculum Innovation for his work in embedding data analytics into the auditing and assurance curriculum. 

Dominic has previously worked in auditing, management accounting, and in a technical role at the Institute of Internal Auditors–Australia (IIA). Dominic actively researches in corporate and risk governance and internal and external auditing and assurance and maintains close ties with industry. He is currently Chair of the IIA's Education Committee and Chair of the IIA's Academic Standards and Quality Subcommittee. He has contributed to the development of assessment and course material for the Audit & Assurance (AAA) Module in CA ANZ's Chartered Accountants Program, the Advanced Audit and Assurance (AAA) subject in CPA Australia's CPA Program and the IIA's Graduate Certificate in Internal Auditing (GradCertIA). Dominic is also a co-author of Auditing and Assurance Services: A Case Studies Approach, a text widely used in undergraduate and postgraduate auditing courses across leading Australian universities and the only text to have been endorsed by both CA ANZ and CPA Australia for the CA and CPA Programs respectively.

Research interests

Dominic is currently undertaking research into accountability and risk governance in financial institutions, the use of data analytics in auditing, and diversity and inclusion. His wider research interests are in the areas of corporate governance, external and internal auditing and assurance and performance evaluation.

Education/Academic qualification

Accounting, PhD, Macquarie University

Economics, Accounting, BEc (Hons), University of Sydney

External positions

Chair, Education Committee, Institute of Internal Auditors

Jul 2018 → …

Chair, Academic Standards and Quality Subcommittee

Jul 2015 → …

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