Prof. Paul Moxey Bsc (Eng)
Governance, culture and risk management consultant, expert witness, trainer and author
Paul is an acknowledged expert in corporate governance and risk management and for 13 years led ACCA’s (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) global thought leadership on these subjects. He now works with boards and executive teams in assessing and improving their culture and governance and risk management practices to improve organisational performance and resilience. He also writes and trains boards and others on governance, board effectiveness, risk, business ethics and corporate culture and recently wrote a text book on corporate governance for ICSA.
Paul is visiting professor of Corporate Governance at London South Bank University, co-chairman of the CRSA Forum, a network of practitioners established in 1994 interested in the behavioural and cultural aspects of risk, governance and organisational performance, a fellow of scenario and futures consultants SAMI Consulting, a board member of the UK Policy Governance Association and an editorial board member of a governance journal. He is a trustee of a sailing club and has been chairman of a small housing charity, and started and sold a successful small retail and printing business.
Paul is a chartered accountant and a chartered secretary and earlier in his career was a company secretary and group financial controller of a small UK listed company and then a larger unlisted company with 5,000 staff.
His publications include:
ICSA’s Certificate in Corporate Governance 2018
Capitalism and the Concept of the ‘Public Good’
Culture and Channelling Corporate Behaviour Summary of Findings.
Creating Value Through Governance: Towards a New Accountability.
Risk and Reward Tempering the Pursuit of Profit.