Books by Dr Nigel Finch

Goodwill Impairment Testing in Australia

Finch N., (2015), Goodwill Impairment Testing In Australia, Scholars’ Press, Saarbrücken, Germany.

Goodwill Impairment Testing In Australia examines the compliance with goodwill impairment disclosures required under International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) by companies listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX).

Emerging Markets and Sovereign Risk

Finch N., (2014), Emerging Markets and Sovereign Risk, Palgrave Macmillan, London.

Emerging markets are an increasingly important area of corporate strategy and fast becoming the driver of global growth. Today, emerging markets account for 40% of global GDP and are experiencing growth rates two or three times faster than developed economies.

Fundamentals of Corporate Finance (2nd Edition)

Berk J., De Marzo P., Harford J., Ford G., Miollica V., & Finch N., (2014), Fundamentals of Corporate Finance, 2nd edition, Pearson Education, Sydney.

Fundamentals of Corporate Finance shows you how to succeed in business studies, master core finance concepts and learn to identify and solve many business problems.

Contemporary Issues in Mining: Leading Practices in Australia

Finch N., (2012), Contemporary Issues in Mining: Leading Practice in Australia, Palgrave Macmillan, London.

The economic significance of the mining sector should not be underestimated. For many countries mining has been instrumental in delivering economic prosperity to the nation.

Best Practices in Management Accounting

Gregoriou G. N., & Finch N., (2012), Best Practices in Management Accounting, Palgrave Macmillan, London.

Management accounting has undergone significant evolution moving away from rigid budgeting programs and static output measures to comprehensive approaches of value identification and measurement.

Fundamentals of Corporate Finance

Berk J., De Marzo P., Harford J., Ford G., & Finch N., (2010), Fundamentals of Corporate Finance, Pearson Education, Sydney.

The only text with a clear unifying theme that is aligned to the goals of a first course in finance, supported by problem-solving methodology for every key concept and examples that analyse financial concepts in practice in Australia and internationally.

Book Chapters

Corporate Social Responsibility and Governance: Theory and Practice

Finch N., (2015), Development of Sustainability Reporting Frameworks: The Case of Australia in S. Idowu, C. Frederiksen, A. Mermod, & M Nielsen (eds.), Corporate Social Responsibility and Governance: Theory and Practice, Springer, Cham, Switzerland, pp. 227-239.

This book deals with the role of international standards for corporate governance in the context of corporate social responsibility.

The Banking Crisis Handbook

Carlin T. M., Finch N., & Ford G., (2010) The Financial Crisis and Loan Impairment Provisioning in Asian Banks in G. N. Gregoriou (ed.), The Banking Crisis Handbook, CRC Press, Florida, pp. 335–352.
Carlin T. M., Finch N., & Ford G., (2010) Remuneration, Risk and Financial Crisis in G. N. Gregoriou (ed.), The Banking Crisis Handbook, CRC Press, Florida, pp. 521–538.

Shedding new light on the recent worldwide banking debacle, The Banking Crisis Handbook examines what was done prior, during, and after the global financial crisis to attain a clear picture of the banking crisis and the drivers for future banking collapses.

Operational Risk Towards Basel III: Best Practices and Issues in Modeling, Management and Regulation

Ford G., Sundmacher, M., Finch N., & Carlin T. M., (2009), Operational Risk Disclosure in Financial Services Firms in G. N. Gregoriou (ed.), Operational Risk Towards Basel III: Best Practices and Issues in Modeling, Management and Regulation, John Wiley and Sons, New Jersey, pp. 381–395.

This book highlights how operational risk helps firms survive and prosper by giving readers the latest, cutting-edge techniques in OpRisk management.

The VaR Modeling Handbook: Practical Applications in Alternative Investing, Banking, Insurance and Portfolio Management

Ford G., Carlin T. M., & Finch N., (2009), Value at Risk, Capital Standards and Risk Alignment in Banking Firms in G. N. Gregoriou (ed.), The VaR Modelling Handbook: Practical Applications in Alternative Investing, Banking, Insurance and Portfolio Management, McGraw-Hill , New York, PP. 97–122.

Unlike market risk metrics such as the Greeks, or beta, which are applicable to only certain asset categories and sources of market risk, VaR is applicable to all liquid assets, making it a reliable indicator of total market risk.

Environmental Accounting: Concepts and Practices

Finch N., (2008), Sustainability Reporting Frameworks in A. Choudhuri (ed.), Environmental Accounting: Concepts and Practices, The ICFAI University Press, Hyderabad, pp. 174–182.

In the past century, the world had witnessed large-scale damage to the natural environment championed by the corporate world.

Mergers and Acquisitions: Current Issues

Carlin T. M., Finch N. & Ford G., (2007), Misadventure and the Form of Payment in Corporate Acquisitions in G. N. Gregoriou. & K. Neuhauser (eds.), Mergers and Acquisitions: Current Issues, Palgrave McMillan, New York, pp. 27–41.
Carlin T. M., Finch N. & Ford G., (2007), A Deal Too Far: The Case of the Killer Acquisition in G. N. Gregoriou. & K. Neuhauser (eds.), Mergers and Acquisitions: Current Issues, Palgrave McMillan, New York, pp. 234–248.

This collection of exclusive articles presents the latest research in the area of mergers and acquisitions.

International Accounting: Standards, Regulations and Financial Reporting

Ford G., Carlin T. M., & Finch N., (2009), Value at Risk, Capital Standards and Risk Alignment in Banking Firms in G. N. Gregoriou (ed.), The VaR Modelling Handbook: Practical Applications in Alternative Investing, Banking, Insurance and Portfolio Management, McGraw-Hill , New York, PP. 97–122.

This book includes an in-depth coverage of International Accounting Standards, the application of Fair Value Accounting and topics such as auditing and taxation in different countries.

Publications

Our work has global impact and is shaping debate among practitioner, academic, institutional and government audiences in the areas of sovereign risk, mergers & acquisitions, accounting, audit, finance and management.

2021

2020

Stockhead V-Con | Conference Program

    • Stockhead V-Con, hosted by N Finch, 2020 ‘The Future of TeleHealth’, https://stockhead.com.au/stockhead-tv/stockhead-vidcon-the-future-of-telehealth/, 5th May 2020
    • Stockhead V-Con, hosted by N Finch, 2020 ‘Cybersecurity – Evolving Threats and Emerging Opportunities’, https://stockhead.com.au/stockhead-tv/v-con-cybersecurity-evolving-threats-and-emerging-opportunities/, 20th July 2020

Stockhead TV | StockTalk

    • Stock Talk TV, hosted by N Finch 2020, ‘Telehealth in a COVID-19 world and beyond’, https://stockhead.com.au/stockhead-tv/stock-talk-telehealth-in-a-covid-19-world-and-beyond/, 7th April 2020
    • Stock Talk TV, hosted by N Finch 2020, ‘The beneficiaries of China’s economic bounce-back’, https://stockhead.com.au/stockhead-tv/stocktalk-the-beneficiaries-of-chinas-economic-bounce-back/, 15th April 2020
    • StockTalk TV, hosted by N Finch, 2020, ‘Ed-tech experts discuss the sector’s COVID-19 induced boom’, https://stockhead.com.au/stockhead-tv/stocktalk-ed-tech-experts-discuss-the-sectors-covid-19-induced-boom/, 20th April 2020
    • StockTalk TV, hosted by N Finch, 2020, ‘How Aussie fintechs are responding to the COVID-19 economy’, https://stockhead.com.au/stockhead-tv/stocktalk-how-aussie-fintechs-are-responding-to-the-covid-19-economy/, 27th April 2020
    • StockTalk TV, hosted by N Finch, 2020, ‘How cybersecurity firms are responding to the ‘new normal’ of remote work’, https://stockhead.com.au/stockhead-tv/stocktalk-how-cybersecurity-firms-are-responding-to-the-new-normal-of-remote-work/, 4th May 2020
    • StockTalk TV, hosted by N Finch, 2020, ‘Remote working is driving a bandwidth and cloud services boom’, https://stockhead.com.au/stockhead-tv/stocktalk-remote-working-is-driving-a-bandwidth-and-cloud-services-boom/, 11th May 2020
    • StockTalk TV, hosted by N Finch, 2020, ‘The secret sauce for medtech growth’, https://stockhead.com.au/stockhead-tv/stocktalk-the-secret-sauce-for-medtech-growth/, 18th May 2020
    • StockTalk TV, hosted by N Finch, 2020, ‘Rising global tensions are putting defence stocks in the spotlight’, https://stockhead.com.au/stockhead-tv/stocktalk-rising-global-tensions-are-putting-defence-stocks-in-the-spotlight/, 25th May 2020
    • Stock Talk TV, hosted by N Finch 2020, ‘Biotechs set to boom with clinical trial floodgates open’, https://stockhead.com.au/stockhead-tv/stocktalk-biotechs-set-to-boom-with-clinical-trial-floodgates-open, 1st June 2020
    • Stock Talk TV, hosted by N Finch 2020, ‘3 experts weigh in on Australia’s clean energy future’, https://stockhead.com.au/stockhead-tv/stocktalk/stocktalk-3-experts-weigh-in-on-australias-clean-energy-future/, 9th June 2020
    • Stock Talk TV, hosted by N Finch 2020, ‘Two investment managers on the top tech sector takeover targets’, https://stockhead.com.au/stockhead-tv/stocktalk/stocktalk-two-investment-managers-on-the-top-tech-sector-takeover-targets/, 24th June 2020
    • Stock Talk TV, hosted by N Finch 2020, ‘How has online shopping been impacted by BNPL and COVID-19?’, https://stockhead.com.au/stockhead-tv/stocktalk-how-has-online-shopping-been-impacted-by-bnpl-and-covid-19/, 9th July 2020
    • Stock Talk TV, hosted by N Finch 2020, ‘Fintechs and the value of collaboration’, https://stockhead.com.au/stockhead-tv/stocktalk-fintechs-and-the-value-of-collaboration/, 15th July 2020
    • Stock Talk TV, hosted by N Finch 2020, ‘Investing in SaaS plays in a post-COVID economy’, https://stockhead.com.au/stockhead-tv/stocktalk-investing-in-saas-plays-in-a-post-covid-economy/, 23rd July 2020
    • Stock Talk TV, hosted by N Finch 2020, ‘Are we in Tech Bubble 2.0?’, https://stockhead.com.au/stockhead-tv/stocktalk-are-we-in-tech-bubble-2-0/, 30th July 2020
    • Stock Talk TV, hosted by N Finch 2020, ‘Australia’s medicinal cannabis sector is budding again’, https://stockhead.com.au/stockhead-tv/stocktalk-australias-medicinal-cannabis-sector-is-budding-again, 5th August 2020
    • Stock Talk TV, hosted by N Finch 2020, ‘How are ASX medtechs responding to skyrocketing healthcare spending?’, https://stockhead.com.au/health/stocktalk-how-are-asx-medtechs-responding-to-skyrocketing-healthcare-spending, 13th August 2020
    • Stock Talk TV, hosted by N Finch 2020, ‘Animal health is a $67bn hidden gem’, https://stockhead.com.au/stockhead-tv/stocktalk-animal-health-is-a-67bn-hidden-gem/, 24th August 2020
    • Stock Talk TV, hosted by N Finch 2020, ‘Drone industry is flying off the back of escalating global tensions’, https://stockhead.com.au/stockhead-tv/stocktalk-drone-industry-is-flying-off-the-back-of-escalating-global-tensions/, 26th August 2020
    • Stock Talk TV, hosted by N Finch 2020, ‘Drug delivery tech offers patients, investors massive upside’, https://stockhead.com.au/stockhead-tv/stocktalk-drug-delivery-tech-offers-patients-investors-massive-upside/, 2nd September 2020
    • Stock Talk TV, hosted by N Finch 2020, ‘Will the ASX’s IPO hot streak continue into 2021?’, https://stockhead.com.au/stockhead-tv/stocktalk-will-the-asxs-ipo-hot-streak-continue-into-2021, 10th September 2020
    • Stock Talk TV, hosted by N Finch 2020, ‘Banking and financial payments are going digital – who are the winners and losers?’, https://stockhead.com.au/stockhead-tv/banking-and-financial-payments-are-going-digital-who-are-the-winners-and-losers/, 24th September 2020
    • Stock Talk TV, hosted by N Finch 2020, ‘Anti-counterfeiting tech has been pushed centre-stage by COVID-19’, https://stockhead.com.au/stockhead-tv/anti-counterfeiting-tech-has-been-pushed-centre-stage-by-covid-19/, 30th September 2020
    • Stock Talk TV, hosted by N Finch 2020, ‘ASX small caps leading the fight against cancer’, https://stockhead.com.au/stockhead-tv/asx-small-caps-leading-the-fight-against-cancer/, 8th October 2020
    • Stock Talk TV, hosted by N Finch 2020, ‘Small caps are booming – where are the profit hotspots?’, https://stockhead.com.au/stockhead-tv/small-caps-are-booming-where-are-the-profit-hotspots/, 13th October 2020
    • Stock Talk TV, hosted by N Finch 2020, ‘How can artificial intelligence revolutionise healthcare?’, https://stockhead.com.au/stockhead-tv/how-can-artificial-intelligence-revolutionise-healthcare/, 22nd October 2020
    • Stock Talk TV, hosted by N Finch 2020, ‘What impact will the robotics and AI revolution have on the Australian economy?’, https://stockhead.com.au/stockhead-tv/what-impact-will-the-robotics-and-ai-revolution-have-on-the-australian-economy/, 2nd November 2020
    • Stock Talk TV, hosted by N Finch 2020, ‘Two stock analysis experts discuss how long the ASX BNPL boom will last’, https://stockhead.com.au/stockhead-tv/two-stock-analysis-experts-discuss-how-long-the-asx-bnpl-boom-will-last/, 10th November 2020
    • Stock Talk TV, hosted by N Finch 2020, ‘The revolutionary tech driving next-gen mining’, https://stockhead.com.au/stockhead-tv/stocktalk/stocktalk-the-revolutionary-tech-driving-next-gen-mining/, 13th November 2020
    • Stock Talk TV, hosted by N Finch 2020, ‘Rick Rule on the gold bull market, currency wars and the liquidity trap’, https://stockhead.com.au/stockhead-tv/stocktalk-rick-rule-on-the-gold-bull-market-currency-wars-and-the-liquidity-trap/, 19th November 2020
    • Stock Talk TV, hosted by N Finch 2020, ‘Why Australia’s medicinal cannabis has the leading edge’, https://stockhead.com.au/stockhead-tv/why-australias-medicinal-cannabis-has-the-leading-edge/, 25th November 2020
    • Stock Talk TV, hosted by N Finch 2020, ‘Profit potential and pitfalls facing big data users’, https://stockhead.com.au/stockhead-tv/profit-potential-and-pitfalls-facing-big-data-users/, 2nd December 2020
    • Stock Talk TV, hosted by N Finch 2020, ‘Is Australia’s renewables sector at its inflection point?’, https://stockhead.com.au/stockhead-tv/is-australias-renewables-sector-at-its-inflection-point/, 9th December 2020
    • Stock Talk TV, hosted by N Finch 2020, ‘Remote working is backing a HR tech boom’, https://stockhead.com.au/stockhead-tv/remote-working-is-backing-a-hr-tech-boom/, 10th December 2020
    • Stock Talk TV, hosted by N Finch 2020, ‘ASX year in review: IPO hot streak, unprecedented volatility and the tech boom’, https://www.sakipartners.com.au/asx-year-in-review-ipo-hot-streak-unprecedented-volatility-and-the-tech-boom, 16th December 2020

Podcast

    • StockDoc Podcast with N Finch 2020 ‘China’s impact on the Aussie EdTech market’, https://player.whooshkaa.com/episode?id=544585, 13th January 2020
    • StockDoc Podcast with N Finch 2020 ‘What’s on the horizon for the Aussie tourism sector? And how can investors get exposure?’, https://player.whooshkaa.com/episode?id=555583, 20th January 2020
    • StockDoc Podcast with N Finch 2020 ‘Has the medicinal cannabis bubble burst? And are the sector’s headwinds shifting?’, https://player.whooshkaa.com/episode?id=567312, 31st January 2020
    • StockDoc Podcast with N Finch 2020, ‘Craig Scheef’s fund made 50pc returns in 2019, this is how he did it’, https://player.whooshkaa.com/episode?id=569227, 4th February 2020
    • StockDoc Podcast with N Finch 2020, ‘Could AI-backed smart homes be the key to improving aged care outcomes?’, https://player.whooshkaa.com/episode?id=571139, 11th February 2020
    • StockDoc Podcast with N Finch 2020, ‘This Silicon Valley and tech sector veteran is disrupting the world of video’, https://player.whooshkaa.com/episode?id=574302, 16th Februry 2020
    • StockDoc Podcast with N Finch 2020, ‘AI-driven SaaS call recording provider Dubber just signed a deal with Telstrqa, how big can it go?’, https://player.whooshkaa.com/episode?id=578125, 25th February 2020
    • StockDoc Podcast with N Finch 2020, ‘Employer reference checks are badly in need of disruption – this ASX tech stock has the answer’, https://player.whooshkaa.com/episode?id=585386, 9th March 2020
    • StockDoc Podcast with N Finch 2020, ‘The AI solution that could capitalise on the work from home boom’, https://player.whooshkaa.com/episode?id=594551, 16th March 2020
    • StockDoc Podcast with N Finch 2020, ‘Cryptocurrency in the COVID era and how the digital assets market is faring’, https://player.whooshkaa.com/episode?id=600346, 27th March 2020
    • StockDoc Podcast with N Finch 2020, ‘Programatic ads are the future of digital advertising, this company is leading the charge’, https://player.whooshkaa.com/episode?id=603642, 3rd April 2020
    • StockDoc Podcast with N Finch 2020, ‘This IT service provider has booked +800pc growth in revenue over the past year’, https://player.whooshkaa.com/episode?id=597852, 3rd April 2020
    • StockDoc Podcast with N Finch 2020, ‘OpenLearning is riding the coronavirus-induced ed-tech wave’, https://player.whooshkaa.com/episode?id=603609, 15th April 2020
    • StockDoc Podcast with N Finch 2020, ‘Orbital’s revenue has jumped 412 percent off the back of skyrocketing drone demand’, https://player.whooshkaa.com/episode?id=625536, 17th April 2020
    • StockDoc Podcast with N Finch 2020, ‘HeraMED’s telehealth offering for pregnant women is booming under COVID-19’, https://player.whooshkaa.com/episode?id=624697, 21st April 2020
    • StockDoc Podcast with N Finch 2020, ‘Understanding Strategic Elements’ tech and the unique exposure the company offers investors’, https://player.whooshkaa.com/episode?id=634713, 29th April 2020
    • StockDoc Podcast with N Finch 2020, ‘Alterra’s pivot into avocados is a land and water play, a unique offering for investors’, https://player.whooshkaa.com/episode?id=652537, 15th May 2020
    • StockDoc Podcast with N Finch 2020 ‘Data clarity drives better healthcare outcomes, Mach7 has the solution’, https://player.whooshkaa.com/episode?id=659999, 11th June 2020
    • StockDoc Podcast with N Finch 2020 ‘Rural Funds Group weathered the COVID storm, continues to offer investors unique exposure’, https://stockhead.com.au/food-agriculture/stockdoc-rural-funds-group-weathered-the-covid-storm-continues-to-offer-investors-unique-exposure/, 16th June 2020
    • StockDoc Podcast with N Finch 2020 ‘Data collected through social media could be a game changer for the healthcare sector’, https://stockhead.com.au/health/stockdoc-data-collected-through-social-media-could-be-a-game-changer-for-the-healthcare-sector/, 24th June 2020
    • StockDoc Podcast with N Finch 2020 ‘This small cap has the solution to the global financial ‘information-issue’’, https://stockhead.com.au/tech/stockdoc-this-small-cap-has-the-solution-to-the-global-financial-information-issue/, 1st July 2020
    • StockDoc Podcast with N Finch 2020 ‘Fund manager’s insights on unprecedented market panic, the current bull run and timing re-entry’, https://stockhead.com.au/news/stockdoc-fund-managers-insights-on-unprecedented-market-panic-the-current-bull-run-and-timing-re-entry/, 3rd July 2020
    • StockDoc Podcast with N Finch 2020 ‘Auctus has a nose for high growth, model-proven winners’, https://stockhead.com.au/news/stockdoc-podcast-auctus-has-a-nose-for-high-growth-model-proven-winners/, 29th July 2020
    • StockDoc Podcast with N Finch 2020 ‘How this fintech scored a 5-year global deal with Visa’, https://stockhead.com.au/news/stockdoc-podcast-how-this-fintech-scored-a-5-year-global-deal-with-visa/, 3rd August 2020
    • StockDoc Podcast with N Finch 2020 ‘NGS gives an insiders view on the booming food tech industry, the sector’s key stocks and underlying growth drivers’, https://stockhead.com.au/health/stockdoc-podcast-ngs-gives-an-insiders-view-on-the-booming-food-tech-industry-the-sectors-key-stocks-and-underlying-growth-drivers, 7th August 2020
    • StockDoc Podcast with N Finch 2020 ‘How can investors get exposure to the booming esports market?’, https://player.whooshkaa.com/episode?id=717041, 24th August 2020
    • StockDoc Podcast with N Finch 2020 ‘RLG’s e-commerce marketplaces give sellers a direct line to Chinese consumers’, https://player.whooshkaa.com/episode?id=720285, 24th August 2020
    • StockDoc Podcast with N Finch 2020 ‘Zebit is shaping up to be the next big BNPL IPO success story’, https://player.whooshkaa.com/episode?id=729276, 10th September 2020
    • StockDoc Podcast with N Finch 2020 ‘ASX payments company Cirralto has climbed +1650pc since March, what’s next?’, https://player.whooshkaa.com/episode?id=730473, 17th September 2020
    • StockDoc Podcast with N Finch 2020 ‘Blood pressure monitoring tech hasn’t changed in a 100 years, CardieX is set on changing that’, https://player.whooshkaa.com/episode?id=724252, 17th September 2020
    • StockDoc Podcast with N Finch 2020 ‘The secret to a successful China strategy’, https://stockhead.com.au/stockhead-tv/the-secret-to-a-successful-china-strategy/, 18th September 2020
    • StockDoc Podcast with N Finch 2020 ‘CEO of Australia’s largest crypto exchange on regulatory momentum, market resilience and more’, https://player.whooshkaa.com/episode?id=749936, 29th October 2020
    • StockDoc Podcast with N Finch 2020 ‘AVA Risk Group CEO on that epic YTD share price climb of +300%’, https://player.whooshkaa.com/episode?id=750113, 29th October 2020
    • StockDoc Podcast with N Finch 2020 ‘Zebit’s CEO tells us why it’s not your regular BNPL offering’, https://player.whooshkaa.com/episode?id=755797, 9th November 2020
    • StockDoc Podcast with N Finch 2020 ‘Merger, leadership moves prime engineering services provider LogiCamms for growth’, https://player.whooshkaa.com/episode?id=759132, 18th November 2020
    • StockDoc Podcast with N Finch 2020 ‘COVID-19 rapidly accelerates tech in aged care, Intelicare reaps rewards’, https://player.whooshkaa.com/episode?id=758643, 19th November 2020
    • StockDoc Podcast with N Finch 2020 ‘Biden win has medicinal cannabis sector on high, EXL perfectly placed’, https://player.whooshkaa.com/episode?id=758986, 24th November 2020
    • StockDoc Podcast with N Finch 2020 ‘Xref’s revolutionary HR tech has been proven business critical by COVID-19’, https://player.whooshkaa.com/episode?id=760212, 25th November 2020
    • StockDoc Podcast with N Finch 2020 ‘WHK has POV momentum, a first-class read of cyber threats and a founder with military background longer than Santa’s list’, https://player.whooshkaa.com/episode?id=767180, 11th Decmber 2020

2019

Online Articles

    • Finch N 2019 ‘Insects and algae: taste of the future?’, online article, 18th March 2019
    • Finch N 2019 ‘Rated: Five of the top Australian platforms for private capital markets, online article, 13th March 2019
    • Finch N 2019 ‘Deal review: Bondi Born’, online article, 9th April 2019
    • Finch N 2019 ‘Deal review: eGrowcery’, online article, 9th May 2019
    • Finch N 2019 ‘Deal review: Slice of Brooklyn’, online article, 20th June 2019
    • Finch N 2019 ‘Deal review: Zega’, online article, 23th July 2019
    • Finch N 2019 ‘Deal review: Credi’, online article, 5th August 2019.
    • Finch N 2019 ‘The tough road to listing: Education Centre Australia’s $250 million IPO hiccup’, online article, 18th October 2019
    • Finch N 2019 ‘Carbon Revolution’s IPO spearheading a change in investment appetite’, online article, 1st November 2019
    • Finch N 2019 ‘A King’s Ransom for King’s Own Institute’, online article, 4th December 2019
    • Finch N 2019 ‘Are neobanks the future of retail banking?’, online article, 17 December 2019
    • Finch N 2020 ‘How beauty meets tech’, online article, 20 May 2020

2018

Online Articles

    • Finch N 2018 ‘Saigon supersize IPO’, online article, 2nd May 201
    • Finch N 2018 ‘GMV and the valuation of e-commerce start-ups’, online article, 22nd May 2018
    • Finch N 2018 ‘How neuroscience can find the best leaders’, online article, 30th May 2018
    • Finch N 2018 ‘Where are Australia’s cybersecurity start-ups’, online article, 10th July 2018
    • Finch N 2018 ‘Move over Maslow’, online article, 2nd July 2018
    • Finch N 2018 ‘Are you underwater or in hot water? The truth about ICOs’, online article, 8th November 2018
    • Finch N 2018 ‘Augmented Reality. The new frontier for retailers’, online article, 18th December 2018

2017

Seminar Papers

    • Finch N 2017 ‘Strategic Decision Making’, MCI Group BMW Asia, Sydney, Australia, 8th May 2017
    • Finch N 2017 ‘How can IoT enable smarter work practices’, Pacific Incubator of Intellectual Property Social Hack, Sydney, Australia, 16th October 2017

2016

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2015

Seminar Papers

    • Finch N 2015 ‘International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS): Improving disclosure in Mongolia’, Business Council of Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, 8 October 2015
    • Finch N 2015 ‘Strategically Managing Mongolia’s Sovereign Credit and Perception Ratings’, Business Council of Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, 9 October 2015
    • Finch N 2015 ‘Mergers and Acquisitions Masterclass’, CPA Congress, Melbourne, Australia, 16 October, 2015
    • Finch N 2015 ‘ASEAN Regional Consultation on Defense and Security Investment’, Defense and Security 2015, Bangkok, Thailand, 2–5 November, 2015

Book Sections

    • Finch N 2015 ‘Development of Sustainability Reporting Frameworks: The Case of Australia’ in Corporate Social Responsibility and Governance: Theory and Practice, eds. S. Idowu, C. Frederiksen, A. Mermod, & M Nielsen, Springer, Cham, Switzerland, pp. 227–239

Books

    • Finch N 2015 ‘Goodwill Impairment Testing In Australia‘, Scholars Press, Saarbrücken, Germany

Journal Articles

    • Carlin T, Finch N & Tran DM 2015 ‘Audit Quality Differences Among Auditors: The Case of Hong Kong’, Journal of Economics and Development, vol 17:1, pp. 75–92

2014

Seminar Papers

    • Finch N 2014 ‘Extractive industries: evaluation, investment, and accounting’, Ministry of Mines of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 28 April — 2 May 2014

Book Sections

    • Finch N 2014 A Framework for Understanding the Acceptability of Rating Agency Methodologies, in Emerging Markets and Sovereign Risk, ed. Nigel Finch, Palgrave Macmillian, Basingstoke, United Kingdom

Books

    • Berk J, Demarzo P, Harford J, Ford G, Mollica V and Finch N 2014 Fundamentals of Corporate Finance (2nd Edition), Pearson, Sydney, Australia
    • Finch N 2014 Emerging Markets and Sovereign Risk, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, United Kingdom

Journal Articles

    • Carlin T, Finch N & Tran DM 2014 ‘IFRS Compliance in the Year of the Pig: Hong Kong Impairment Testing’, Journal of Economics and Development, vol.16:1, pp. 23–39
    • Finch N 2014 ‘Editorial’, Journal of Applied Research in Accounting and Finance, vol.9:1, pp. 1
    • Gyory M & Finch N 2014 ‘Due Diligence’, Critical Perspectives on Accounting, vol 25:8, pp. 850

2013

Seminar Papers

    • Finch N 2013 ‘Preparing an Entity for a Credit Rating’, Financial Regulatory Commission, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, 24 January 2013
    • Finch N 2013, ‘Governance and Regulation in the Chinese Banking Sector’, International Symposium on Asian Business, Bangkok, Thailand, 29th July 2013
    • Finch N 2013, ‘Corporate social responsibility in the supply chain’, CPA Congress, Perth, Australia, 20th November 2013
    • Finch N 2013, ‘Business in frontier and emerging markets: A world of opportunity?’, CPA Congress, Perth, Australia, 21st November 2013
    • Finch N 2013, ‘New growth paradigms’, APEC Seminar on Developing and Implementing a New Growth Paradigm, Hanoi, Vietnam, 27th November

Newspaper Articles

    • Finch N 2013 ‘Australia to play key role in mining law reform’, Myanmar Times – 13 May
    • Finch N 2013 ‘Double blow could hit postgrad enrolments’, The Australian (Opinion) – 16 July
    • Finch N 2013 ‘Franchise model ideal for ASEAN’, Myanmar Times (Opinion) – 4 August
    • Finch N 2013 ‘Proven franchise ideas can help SMEs’, Bangkok Post (Asia Focus) – 19 August
    • Finch N 2013 ‘Curse of the jade scorpion’, The Australian Financial Review – 27 September
    • Finch N 2013 ‘Myanmar seeks Australian advice on vital mining law reform’, The Australian (World Commentary) – 4 April

Magazine Articles

    • Finch N 2013 ‘Mongolia’s looming budget crisis’, Mongolian Economy (Opinion) – April pp. 29–32
    • Finch N 2013 ‘Frontier, Emerging, Developing: What’s in a name?’, Mongolian Economy (Opinion) – October pp. 28–29

Conference Proceedings

    • Ji K, Carlin T and Finch N 2013 ‘CGU aggregation in A-IFRS goodwill impairment testing régime’, 14th Asian Academic Accounting Association Annual Conference, Penang, Malaysia, 30th October 2013
    • Finch N, Khairi KF and Laili NH 2013 ‘An Examination of FRS136 by Malaysian Sha’riah Companies, 25th Asian-Pacific Conference on International Accounting Issues, Nusa Dua, Indonesia, 13th November 2013

Journal Articles

    • Carlin T and Finch N 2013 ‘Loan Impairment Provisioning Under IAS 39 in the Asian Banking Sector’, Risk and Decision Analysis, vol.4:2, pp. 81–87
    • Finch N 2013 ‘Editorial’, Journal of Applied Research in Accounting and Finance, vol.8:1, pp. 1
    • Finch N, Khairi K F and Laili N H 2013 ‘An Examination of FRS136 By Malaysian Sha’riah Companies’, Journal of Law and Financial Management, vol. 12, iss. 2, pp. 10–20.
    • Aspiris A, Finch N, Foley S and Meyer Z 2013 ‘Fundamental-based Market Strategies’, Australian Accounting Review, vol. 23, iss. 4, pp. 380–392.
    • Finch N 2013 ‘Editorial’, Journal of Applied Research in Accounting and Finance, vol.8:2, pp. 1

2012

Seminar Papers

    • Finch N 2012 ‘Infrastructure Development Prospects in Mongolia, Invest Mongolia 2012, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, 5 September 2012
    • Finch N 2012 ‘Improving Transparency in Mongolia, Business Council of Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, 27 August 2012
    • Finch N 2012 ‘Financial drivers in franchising’, Beijing Normal University, Zhu Hai, China, 27 July 2012
    • Finch N 2012 ‘The regulation of franchisor financing schemes’, Perbadanan Nasional Berhad, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 2 July 2012
    • Finch N 2012 ‘Avoiding an Asian Debt Tsunami: Lessons from European Central Banks’, Central Bank Issues Seminar Presentation — Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok, Thailand, 27 April 2012
    • Finch N 2012 ‘Philippines: A return to prosperity’, Economist Corporate Network Seminar Presentation, Singapore, 19 October 2012
    • Finch N 2012 ‘Professional accounting within ASEAN countries’, The University of Battambang Seminar Presentation, Battambang, Cambodia, 1 October 2012

Conference Papers

    • Carlin T, Finch N and Tran DM 2012 ‘Audit Quality Differences among Auditors: The Case of Hong Kong, 7th International Conference on Business and Management Research, Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam, 16th November 2012
    • Sopheana S, Elen C, Bunho L, Visalsok T and Finch N 2012 ‘Effects of Microfinance on Agricultural Occupation’, 2nd International Conference on Business and Economics Research ICBER 2012, Phnom Penh, Cambodia, 29th September 2012
    • Finch N 2012 ‘Economic development and transparency in Cambodia (Keynote Address), 2nd International Conference on Business and Economics Research ICBER 2012, Phnom Penh, Cambodia, 29th September 2012
    • Di Lernia C, Finch N and Foley S 2012 ‘Improving Corporate Reporting: Price Queries and the Enforcement of Australia’s Continuous Disclosure Régime’, 10th Annual International Conference on Accounting, Athens, Greece, 5th July 2012
    • Di Lernia C, Finch N and Foley S 2012 ‘The Enforcement of Australia’s Continuous Disclosure Régime’, Accounting and Management Information Systems Conference AMIS 2012, Bucharest, Romania, 14th June 2012

Edited Books

    • Gregoriou GN and Finch N 2012 ‘Best Practices in Management Accounting‘, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, United Kingdom
    • Finch N 2012 ‘Contemporary Issues in Mining: Leading Practice in Australia‘, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, United Kingdom

Conference Proceedings

    • Dzung PD, Finch N and Tuan PA 2012 ‘Factors Affecting Efficiency of Accounting Information System in Small and Medium Enterprises in Vietnam (Awarded Best Paper)’, Proceedings of the Society of Interdisciplinary Business Research SIBR-Thammasat 2012 Conference on Interdisciplinary Business & Economics Research, Bangkok, Thailand, 9th June 2012

Book Sections

    • Finch N 2012 Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability Reporting in ‘Best Practices in Management Accounting‘, ed. Greg N Gregoriou & Nigel Finch, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, United Kingdom, pp. 91–100

Journal Articles

    • Finch N 2012 ‘Editorial’, Journal of Applied Research in Accounting and Finance, vol.7:2, pp. 1
    • Finch N 2012 ‘Editorial’, Journal of Applied Research in Accounting and Finance, vol.7:1, pp. 1
    • Sopheana S, Elen C, Bunhor L, Visalsok T and Finch N 2012 ‘Effects of Microfinance on Agricultural Occupation’, International Proceedings of Economic Development and Research, vol.46, pp. 66–72

2011

Seminar Papers

    • Finch N 2011 ‘Funding Infrastructure’, Graduate School of Government Seminar, University of Sydney, Sydney Australia, 22 September 2011
    • Finch N 2011 ‘Accounting for Extractive Industries’, Graduate School of Government Seminar, University of Sydney, Sydney Australia, 22 August 2011
    • Finch N 2011 ‘Private Involvement in Public Infrastructure’, Graduate School of Government Seminar, University of Sydney, Sydney Australia, 1 July 2011

Conference Proceedings

    • Carlin T, Finch N and Ji K 2011 ‘Evidence of CGU Aggregation among Australian Listed Firms, 23rd Asian Pacific Conference on International Accounting, Beijing, China, 19th October 2011

Journal Articles

    • Finch N 2011 ‘Editorial’, Journal of Applied Research in Accounting and Finance, vol.6:1, pp. 1
    • Finch N 2011 ‘Editorial’, Journal of Applied Research in Accounting and Finance, vol.6:2, pp. 1
    • Carlin T and Finch N 2011 ‘Goodwill impairment testing under IFRS — a false impossible shore?’, Pacific Accounting Review, vol.23:3, pp. 368–92

2010

Theses

    • Finch N 2010 ‘Goodwill Impairment Testing In Australia: A Compliance Study of IFRS Disclosures‘, The University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia
      Seminar Papers
    • Finch N 2010 ‘Developing infrastructure to fulfil the potential of Mongolia’s natural resources sector’, Mongolia 2010 Investment Summit, Hong Kong, China, 14 October 2010
    • Finch N 2010 ‘Private Involvement in Public Infrastructure’, Graduate School of Government, University of Sydney, Sydney Australia, 30 August 2010
    • Finch N 2010 ‘A showcase of Australian franchise opportunities for the Mongolian market’, Business Council of Mongolia and DC Strategy, Melbourne, Australia, 22 August 2010
    • Finch N 2010 ‘Opportunities for Mongolian firms to Access Capital via Australia’, Mongolia Mining Investment 2010, Sydney, Australia, 22 June 2010
    • Finch N 2010 ‘The Slippery Concept of A Cash Generating Unit’, The Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia and The University of Sydney Pacioli Society Town and Gown Seminar Series, Sydney, Australia, 11 May 2010

Conference Papers

    • Carlin T and Finch N 2010 ‘Loan Impairment Provisioning Under IAS 39 in the Asian Banking Sector’, International Research Forum — hosted by Hong Kong Polytechnic University and the University of Texas at Dallas, Hong Kong, China, 17th December 2010
    • Carlin T, Finch N and Khairi K 2010 ‘An Empirical Investigation of Compliance and Disclosure Quality Under FRS 36 for Singaporean Listed Firms’, Joint Conference of The 4th International Conference on Operations and Supply Chain Management and The 15th Asia Pacific Decision Sciences Institute — “Innovation and Technology Management in Supply Chains”, Hong Kong & Guangzhou, China, 31st July 2010
    • Carlin T and Finch N 2010 ‘Towards An Understanding of the Use of CGUs in Goodwill Impairment Testing’, 8th Annual International Conference on Accounting 2010, Athens, Greece, 8th July 2010
    • Carlin T and Finch N 2010 ‘Evidence on the Use of Outlier Discount Rates in IFRS Goodwill Impairment Testing’, 33rd European Accounting Association EAA Annual Congress 2010, Istanbul, Turkey, 21st May 2010

Conference Proceedings

    • Di Lernia C, Carlin T and Finch N 2010 ‘The use of infringement notices in the enforcement of the continuous disclosure régime – evidence to 2009′, Proceedings of the 22nd Asian-Pacific Conference on International Accounting Issues 2010, Gold Coast, Australia, 10th November 2010
    • Carlin T, Finch N and Tran DM 2010 ‘IFRS Compliance in the Year of the Pig: Hong Kong Impairment Testing’, Proceedings of the 6th Asia Pacific Interdisciplinary Research In Accounting Conference APIRA 2010, University of Sydney, Sydney Australia, 13th July 2010
    • Finch N and Carlin T 2010 ‘Empirical Evidence on the Application of CGUs in the Context of Goodwill Impairment Testing’, 33rd European Accounting Association EAA Annual Congress 2010, Istanbul, Turkey, 21st May 2010
    • Carlin T, Finch N and Laili NH 2010 ‘A Longitudinal Compliance Study of Goodwill Accounting In Malaysia’, Proceedings of the 12th International Business Research Conference 2010, Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 9th April 2010
    • Carlin T, Finch N and Khairi KF 2010 ‘Singaporean Audit Quality and the Complexity of FRS 36 Disclosures Requirements’, Proceedings of the 12th International Business Research Conference 2010, Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 9th April 2010
    • Di Lernia C and Finch N 2010 ‘The Subordination of Shareholder Claims Against Companies in Financial Distress’, Proceedings of the 12th International Business Research Conference 2010, Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 9th April 2010
    • Di Lernia C, Finch N and Terry A 2010 ‘Good Faith – An Idea Past Its Time’, Proceedings of the 12th International Business Research Conference 2010, Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 9th April 2010
    • Carlin T, Finch N and Tran DM 2010 ‘Goodwill Impairment — An Assessment Of Compliance Levels And Disclosure Quality Under HKAS 36′, 11th International Society of Markets and Development ISMD International Conference 2010 — “Beyond Global Markets”, Hanoi, Viet Nam, 8th January 2010

Book Sections

    • Carlin T, Finch N and Ford GW 2010 The Financial Crisis and Loan Impairment Provisioning in Asian Banks in The Banking Crisis Handbook, ed. Greg N Gregoriou, CRC Press, Taylor and Francis, New York, United States, pp. 335–52
    • Ford GW, Carlin T and Finch N 2010 Remuneration, Risk, and Financial Crisis in The Banking Crisis Handbook, ed. Greg N Gregoriou, CRC Press, Taylor and Francis, New York, United States, pp. 521–38

Books

    • Berk J, DeMarzo P, Harford J, Ford G and Finch N 2010 ‘Fundamentals of Corporate Finance’, Pearson Education, Sydney, Australia

Journal Articles

    • Carlin T and Finch N 2010 ‘Asset Impairment’, Managerial Finance, vol.36:9, pp. 744–45
    • Carlin T and Finch N 2010 ‘Commentary: Some Further Evidence on Discount Rate Selection in the Context of Goodwill Impairment Testing’, Australian Accounting Review, vol.20:4, pp. 400–402
    • Carlin T and Finch N 2010 ‘Editorial’, Journal of Applied Research in Accounting and Finance, vol.5:2, pp. 1
    • Carlin T and Finch N 2010 ‘Resisting Compliance with IFRS Goodwill Accounting and Reporting Disclosures – Evidence from Australia’, Journal of Accounting & Organizational Change, vol.6:2, pp. 260–280
    • Carlin T and Finch N 2010 ‘Evidence on IFRS goodwill impairment testing by Australian and New Zealand firms’, Managerial Finance, vol.36:9
    • Di Lernia C and Finch N 2010 ‘Legal Aspects of Financial Distress’, International Review of Business Research Papers, vol.6:2, pp. 120–26
    • Carlin T, Finch N and Khairi K 2010 ‘Singaporean Audit Quality and the Complexity of FRS36 Disclosure Requirements’, International Review of Business Research Papers, vol.6:2, pp. 81–94
    • Carlin T, Finch N and Khairi K 2010 ‘FRS36 and post-transition compliance quality among Singapore firms’, Asian Review of Accounting, vol.18:3, pp. 221–244
      Carlin T and Finch N 2010 ‘Editorial’, Journal of Applied Research in Accounting and Finance, vol.5:1, pp. 1

2009

Internal Working Papers

    • Carlin T, Finch N and Ford G 2009 ‘Transpacific Industries — A Case Study in Profit Quality Through the Examination of Impairment Disclosures — Macquarie Graduate School of Management Working Paper Series, MGSM WP 2009–1′, Sydney, Australia
      Seminar Papers
    • Carlin T and Finch N 2009 ‘An Empirical Analysis of Discount Rate Selection for Goodwill Impairment Testing’, Symposium on Management, Accounting & Finance, Sun Yat Sen University, Guangzhou, China, 17 November 2009
    • Carlin T, Di Lernia C and Finch N 2009 ‘Properties of Cash Generating Units in the Context of Goodwill Impairment Testing’, Symposium on Management, Accounting & Finance, Sun Yat Sen University, Guangzhou, China, 17 November 2009
    • Carlin T, Finch N and Ford G 2009 ‘To Mark It, To Mark It: An Examination of the Use of Fair Value Impairment Testing for Goodwill in Australian Firms’, Faculty of Business & Government Seminar Series, University of Canberra, Canberra, Australia, 3 April 2009

Conference Papers

    • Finch N 2009 ‘The Application of IFRS Impairment Testing to the Mining Industry — Implications for firms in optimizing earnings and asset values’, 7th International Mining and Investment Conference, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, 7th November 2009

Conference Proceedings

    • Carlin T, Di Lernia C and Finch N 2009 ‘Goodwill Impairment – An Assessment of Disclosure Quality and Compliance Levels by Large Listed New Zealand Firms’, 21st Asian-Pacific Conference on International Accounting Issues 2009, Las Vegas, United States, 25th November 2009
    • Carlin T, Finch N and Khairi KF 2009 ‘Exploring the Practice of CGU Allocation in Singapore’, Proceedings of the 5th International Management Accounting Conference IMAC 2009 — “Emergent Theories and Practices in Accounting”, Universiti Kebangsaan, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 21st October 2009
    • Carlin T, Finch N and Laili NH 2009 ‘Goodwill Accounting and the Disclosure Challenge for Malaysian Listed Firms’, Proceedings of the 5th International Management Accounting Conference IMAC 2009 — “Emergent Theories and Practices in Accounting”, Universiti Kebangsaan, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 21st October 2009
    • Carlin T and Finch N 2009 ‘Challenging the Compliance Myth: Evidence from the IFRS Impairment Testing Régime’, Accounting and Finance Association of Australia & New Zealand Annual Conference AFAANZ 2009, Adelaide, Australia, 7th July 2009
    • Carlin T, Finch N and Laili H 2009 ‘Examining the Practice of Contemporary Goodwill Accounting in Malaysia’, Accounting and Finance Association of Australia & New Zealand Annual Conference AFAANZ 2009, Adelaide, Australia, 7th July 2009
    • Laili H, Carlin T and Finch N 2009 ‘IFRS Adoption and Organisational Change – Evidence from Malaysia’, 7th European Network for Research in Organisational & Accounting Change Annual Conference ENROAC 2009 — “Organisations & Sustainability”, Dundee, Scotland, United Kingdom, 25th June 2009
    • Khairi KF, Carlin T and Finch N 2009 ‘CGU Aggregation: Evidence from Singaporean Listed Firms’, 7th European Network for Research in Organisational & Accounting Change Annual Conference ENROAC 2009 — “Organisations & Sustainability”, Dundee, Scotland, United Kingdom, 25th June 2009
    • Carlin T and Finch N 2009 ‘The Lower You Go, The More Profits Will Grow: The Practice of Discount Rate Selection Under IFRS Impairment Accounting’, 32nd Annual Congress of the European Accounting Association EAA 2009, Tampere, Finland, 15th May 2009
    • Carlin T and Finch N 2009 ‘Goodwill Accounting and Reporting under IFRS – The Australian Response to Change’, British Accounting Association Annual Conference 2009, Dundee, Scotland, United Kingdom, 23rd April 2009
    • Carlin T, Finch N and Laili H 2009 ‘Assessing the Quality of Goodwill Impairment Testing by Large Malaysian Firms’, 38th Annual Meeting of the Western Decision Sciences Institute WDSI 2009, Kauai, Hawaii, United States, 11th April 2009
    • Carlin T, Finch N and Laili H 2009 ‘Is Audit Quality Homogenous Among the Big 4? Contrary Evidence from Malaysia’, 38th Annual Meeting of the Western Decision Sciences Institute WDSI 2009, Kauai, Hawaii, United States, 11th April 2009
    • Carlin T, Pham C and Finch N 2009 ‘Examining Post-Privatisation Performance — The Case of Vietnam’, 38th Annual Meeting of the Western Decision Sciences Institute WDSI 2009, Kauai, Hawaii, United States, 11th April 2009
    • Carlin T and Finch N 2009 ‘Evidence of Impaired Compliance and Regulation in IFRS-Based Financial Reporting’, Global Conference on Business and Finance Proceedings, Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States, 9th January 2009

Book Sections

    • Ford G, Carlin T and Finch N 2009 Value at Risk, Capital Standards, and Risk Alignment in Banking Firms in The VaR Modelling Handbook: Practical Applications in Alternative Investing, Banking, Insurance, and Portfolio Management, ed. G N Gregoriou, McGraw-Hill, New York, United States, pp. 97–122
    • Ford G, Sundmacher M, Finch N and Carlin T 2009 ‘Operational Risk Disclosure in Financial Services Firms’ in Operational Risk toward Basel III: Best Practices and Issues in Modeling, Management, and Regulation, ed. G N Gregoriou, John Wiley and Sons, New Jersey, United States, pp. 381–95

Journal Articles

    • Finch N 2009 ‘IAS39 and the Practice of Loan Loss Provisioning throughout Australasia’, Journal of Law and Financial Management, vol.8:2, pp. 13–9
    • Carlin T and Finch N 2009 ‘Editorial’, Journal of Applied Research in Accounting and Finance, vol.4:1, pp. 1
    • Carlin T and Finch N 2009 ‘Editorial’, Journal of Applied Research in Accounting and Finance, vol.4:2, pp. 1
    • Finch N 2009 ‘Towards an Understanding of Cultural Influence on the International Practice of Accounting’, Journal of International Business and Cultural Studies, vol.2:1, pp. 1–6
    • Finch N 2009 ‘The CEO’s impairment test’, Critical Perspectives on Accounting, vol.20 (Special Issue: Critical Perspectives on Intellectual capital):7, pp. 872
    • Carlin T, Finch N and Laili NH 2009 ‘Investigating audit quality among Big 4 Malaysian firms’, Asian Review of Accounting, vol.17:2, pp. 96–114
    • Cuganesan S, Carlin T and Finch N 2009 ‘The Practice of Human Capital Reporting Among Australian Financial Institutions’, Journal of Finance and Accountancy, vol.1:1, pp. 10–16
    • Carlin T, Finch N and Laili N 2009 ‘Questioning the Big 4 Audit Quality Assumption: New Evidence From Malaysia’, ICFAI University Journal of Audit Practice, vol.6:2, pp. 35–56
    • Carlin T, Finch N and Laili NH 2009 ‘Goodwill Accounting in Malaysia and the Transition to IFRS – A Compliance Assessment of Large First Year Adopters’, Journal of Financial Reporting & Accounting, vol.7:1, pp. 75–104
    • Carlin T and Finch N 2009 ‘Discount Rates in Disarray: Evidence on Flawed Goodwill Impairment Testing’, Australian Accounting Review, vol.19:4, pp. 326–36
    • Carlin T and Finch N 2009 ‘Goodwill Accounting and IFRS Compliance: The Practice of Impairment Testing in Australia’, M Infiniti Journal of Management, vol.3:1, pp. 3–14
    • Carlin T and Finch N 2009 ‘Evidence of Australia’s Compliance with IFRS Goodwill Impairment Testing Disclosures’, International Journal of Economic Issues, vol.2:1, pp. 53–73
    • Petty RM, Cuganesan S, Finch N and Ford G 2009 ‘Intellectual Capital and Valuation: Challenges in the Voluntary Disclosure of Value Drivers’, Journal of Finance and Accountancy, vol.1:1, pp. 1–7

2008

Internal Working Papers

    • Carlin T and Finch N 2008 ‘Financial Reporting Reform and Organisational Change – Evidence from Australia’s IFRS Adventure — Macquarie Graduate School of Management Working Paper Series, MGSM WP 2008–13′, Sydney, Australia
    • Carlin T, Finch N and Laili H 2008 ‘Questioning The Big 4 Audit Quality Assumption: New Evidence From Malaysia — Macquarie Graduate School of Management Working Paper Series, MGSM WP 2008–9′, Sydney, Australia
    • Carlin T, Finch N and Laili H 2008 ‘The Impact of an Enforceable Standard in Malaysia: Assessing the Compliance of Disclosures for Large First-Time Adopters under FRS 136 — Macquarie Graduate School of Management Working Paper Series, MGSM WP 2008–12′, Sydney, Australia
    • Carlin T and Finch N 2008 ‘Advance Australia Fair: The Quality of AASB 136 Fair Value Disclosures Down Under’ — Macquarie Graduate School of Management Working Paper Series, MGSM WP 2008–1′, Sydney, Australia
    • Carlin T and Finch N 2008 ‘Discount Rates in Disarray: Evidence on Flawed Goodwill Impairment Testing — Macquarie Graduate School of Management Working Paper Series, MGSM WP 2008-11.’, Sydney, Australia

Conference Papers

    • Finch N 2008 ‘PANPA Print Cost Calculation Model (Keynote address), Pacific Area Newspapers Publishers Association Annual Conference, Gold Coast, Australia, 8th September 2008
      Conference Proceedings
    • Carlin T, Finch N and Laili N 2008 ‘Audit Quality Differences among Big 4 Auditor: Cases from Malaysia’, 9th Annual Conference Asian Academic Accounting Association, Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 1st December 2008
    • Finch N, Carlin T, Doherty C and Ford G 2008 ‘An examination of the practice of goodwill disclosure among Australian firms during 2007′, 20th Asian-Pacific Conference on International Accounting Issues, Paris, France, 12th November 2008
    • Carlin T, Laili H and Finch N 2008 ‘Goodwill impairment – an assessment of disclosure quality and compliance levels by large listed Malaysian companies’, 20th Asian-Pacific Conference on International Accounting Issues, Paris, France, 12th November 2008
    • Finch N, Carlin T and Ford G 2008 ‘Insights into profit quality through goodwill impairment disclosures – an Australian case study’, 20th Asian-Pacific Conference on International Accounting Issues, Paris, France, 12th November 2008
    • Carlin T and Finch N 2008 ‘To Mark It, To Mark It: An Examination of the Use of Fair Value Impairment Testing for Goodwill in Australian Firms’, Accounting and Finance Association of Australia and New Zealand Annual Congress AFAANZ, Sydney, Australia, 8th July 2008

Book Sections

    • Finch N 2008 ‘Sustainability Reporting Frameworks’ in Environmental Accounting: Concepts and Practices, ed. A. Choudhuri, The ICFAI University Press, Hyderabad, India, pp. 174–82

Journal Articles

    • Finch N 2008 ‘A Case Based Analysis of Impairment Decision Making’, Journal of Law and Financial Management, vol.7:2, pp. 39–51
    • Carlin T and Finch N 2008 ‘Editorial’, Journal of Applied Research in Accounting and Finance, vol.3:2, pp. 1
    • Carlin T and Finch N 2008 ‘Editorial’, Journal of Applied Research in Accounting and Finance, vol.3:1, pp. 1
    • Carlin T and Finch N 2008 ‘Goodwill Impairment — A Ticking Bomb’, National Accountant, vol.December/January, pp. 16–9
    • Carlin T and Finch N 2008 ‘Goodwill – New Approaches, New Problems’, FSR Forum, vol.10:5, pp. 7–13
    • Carlin T, Finch N and Laili NH 2008 ‘Audit quality differences among big 4 auditor: case from Malaysia’, Studia Universitatis Babes-Bolyai Oeconomica, vol.53:2, pp. 29–45
    • Carlin T, Finch N and Ford GW 2008 ‘Fair Value Impairment Testing Under IFRS: Examining Australia’s Disclosure Quality’, Financial Reporting, Regulation and Governance, vol.7:1, pp. 1–25

2007

Internal Working Papers

    • Carlin T, Finch N and Ford G 2007 ‘An Examination of Disclosure Quality of Goodwill Impairment Testing in a Post-IFRS Environment – A Stakeholder Perspective — Macquarie Graduate School of Management Working Paper Series, MGSM WP 2007–14′, Sydney, Australia
    • Carlin T and Finch N 2007 ‘Early Impressions of Australia’s Brave New World of Goodwill Impairment — Macquarie Graduate School of Management Working Paper Series, MGSM WP 2007–1′, Sydney, Australia
    • Carlin T, Finch N and Ford G 2007 ‘Goodwill Impairment — An Assessment of Disclosure Quality and Compliance Levels by Large Listed Australian Firms — Macquarie Graduate School of Management Working Paper Series, MGSM WP 2007–8′, Sydney, Australia
    • Carlin T, Finch N and Ford G 2007 ‘When Inconvenient Observation Meets Comfortable Myth — A Fresh Look at Audit Quality — Macquarie Graduate School of Management Working Paper Series, MGSM WP 2007–9′, Sydney, Australia

Conference Papers

    • Finch N 2007 ‘Testing the Theory of Cultural Influence on International Accounting practice’, Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies Annual International Conference, Jacksonville, United States, 1st January 2007-31st December 2007
    • Finch N 2007 ‘Effective Management of Small to Medium Enterprises (Keynote Address), National Institute of Accountants, Corporate Reporting Discussion Group, Sydney, Australia, 21st November 2007
    • Finch N 2007 ‘Variation in Audit Quality in Australia (Keynote Address), National Institute of Accountants, Financial Reporting and Audit Essential, Brisbane, Australia, 8th August 2007
    • Finch N 2007 ‘Improving Financial Performance (Keynote Address), National Institute of Accountants NSW Congress and Business Expo 2007, Sydney, Australia, 15th May 2007
    • Petty R, Cuganesan S, Finch N and Ford G 2007 ‘Challenges for Firms in Disclosing the Value of their Intellectual Capital’, Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies Annual International Conference, Jacksonville, United States, 4th April 2007

Conference Proceedings

    • Carlin T, Di Lernia C and Finch N 2007 ‘Assessing Goodwill Reporting Under a Newly Adopted IFRS Framework’, 19th Asian-Pacific Conference on International Accounting Issues, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 14th November 2007
    • Carlin T, Di Lernia C and Finch N 2007 ‘Examining the Decision Usefulness of Goodwill Impairment Testing Disclosures Under IFRS’, 19th Asian-Pacific Conference on International Accounting Issues, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 14th November 2007
    • Carlin T, Di Lernia C and Finch N 2007 ‘Towards an Understanding of High Magnitude Value Destruction in Acquisition Transactions’, 12th Annual Asia Pacific Decision Sciences Institute Conference, Bangkok, Thailand, 31st July 2007
    • Carlin T, Finch N and Ford G 2007 ‘Two Cases in Independent Assessment of Impairment Testing Robustness’, 12th Annual Asia Pacific Decision Sciences Institute Conference, Bangkok, Thailand, 1st — 31st July 2007
    • Carlin T, Finch N and Ford G 2007 ‘When Inconvenient Observation Meets Comfortable Myth – A Fresh Look at Audit Quality’, The Fifth Asia Pacific Interdisciplinary Research in Accounting Conference APIRA, Auckland, New Zealand, 10th July 2007
    • Carlin T, Finch N and Ford G 2007 ‘Goodwill Impairment — An Assessment of Disclosure Quality and Compliance Levels by Large Listed Australian Firms’, Accounting and Finance Association of Australia and New Zealand Annual Congress AFAANZ, Gold Coast, Australia, 3rd July 2007
    • Cuganesan S, Finch N and Carlin T 2007 ‘Intellectual Capital Reporting: A Human Capital Focus’, Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies, Annual International Conference, Jacksonville, United States, 1st — 30th April 2007
    • Carlin T, Finch N and Petty R 2007 ‘Early Impressions of Australia’s Brave New World of Goodwill Impairment’, British Accounting Association, 2007 Annual Conference, London, United Kingdom, 5th April 2007

Book Sections

    • Carlin T, Finch N and Ford G 2007 A Deal Too Far: The Case of the Killer Acquisition in Mergers and Acquisitions: Current Issues, ed. G.N. Gregoriou & K. Neuhaurser, Palgrave MacMillan, New York, United States, pp. 234–45
    • Carlin T, Finch N and Ford G 2007 Misadventure and the Form of Payment in Corporate Acquisitions in Mergers and Acquisitions: Current Issues, ed. G.N. Gregoriou & K. Neuhaurser, Palgrave MacMillan, New York, United States, pp. 27–41

Journal Articles

    • Carlin T, Finch N and Ford G 2007 ‘Are All Audits Born Equal?’, Journal of Applied Research in Accounting and Finance, vol.2:1, pp. 21–32
    • Carlin T and Finch N 2007 ‘Editorial’, Journal of Applied Research in Accounting and Finance, vol.2:2, pp. 1
    • Carlin T and Finch N 2007 ‘Editorial’, Journal of Applied Research in Accounting and Finance, vol.2:1, pp. 1
    • Finch N and Ford G 2007 ‘New Fee Framework’, Monash Business Review, vol.3:1, pp. 32–3
    • Finch N 2007 ‘The Absence of Miracles’, Business Review Weekly, January 11–17, pp. 48–9
    • Finch N 2007 ‘The Practice of Director and Executive Remuneration Disclosure by Australian Firms’, M Infiniti Journal of Management, vol.1:2, pp. 1–4
    • Carlin T and Finch N 2007 ‘Towards a Theory of Goodwill Impairment Testing Choices Under IFRS’, Journal of Theoretical Accounting Research, vol.3:1, pp. 74–95
    • Carlin T and Finch N 2007 ‘Turmoil in Government Disclosure – An Investigation of Budget Disclosures in Australia’, Journal of Business and Management, vol.13:2, pp. 97–114

2006

Internal Working Papers

    • Carlin T, Ford G and Finch N 2006 ‘A Deal Too Far – The Case of the Killer Acquisition — Macquarie Graduate School of Management Working Paper Series, MGSM WP 2006–13′, Sydney, Australia
    • Finch N 2006 ‘Intangible assets and creative impairment — an analysis of current disclosure practices by top Australian firms — Macquarie Graduate School of Management Working Paper Series, MGSM WP 2006–12′, Sydney, Australia
    • Carlin T, Ford G and Finch N 2006 ‘Magic Pudding or Regulatory Arbitrageur’s Friend? The Use of Hybrid Debt Equity Securities by Australian Listed Corporations — Macquarie Graduate School of Management Working Paper Series, MGSM WP 2006–4′, Sydney, Australia
    • Carlin T, Ford G and Finch N 2006 ‘Misadventure and the Form of Payment in Corporate Acquisitions — Macquarie Graduate School of Management Working Paper Series, MGSM WP 2006–11′, Sydney, Australia
    • Finch N 2006 ‘Pouring over IFRS – A case study on financial disclosure in the wine industry — Macquarie Graduate School of Management Working Paper Series, MGSM WP 2006–8′, Sydney, Australia
    • Finch N 2006 ‘Testing the theory of cultural influence on international accounting practice — Macquarie Graduate School of Management Working Paper Series, MGSM WP 2006–9′, Sydney, Australia
    • Finch N 2006 ‘The practice of director and executive remuneration disclosure by Australian firms — Macquarie Graduate School of Management Working Paper Series, MGSM WP 2006–10′, Sydney, Australia

Conference Papers

    • Ford G and Finch N 2006 ‘Do Hybrid Instruments Lower the Firm Cost of Capital?, Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies Spring International Conference, New Orleans, United States, 1st January 2006-31st December 2006
    • Finch N and Ford G 2006 ‘Opportunities for Creative Disclosure: Distortions in the Calculation of MER, Asian Finance Association of the International Financial Management Association, 17th Annual Meeting, Auckland, New Zealand, 1st January 2006-31st December 2006
    • Finch N 2006 ‘The Emergence of CSR and Sustainability Indices’, Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies Spring International Conference, New Orleans, United States, 1st January 2006-31st December 2006
    • Carlin T, Finch N, Ford G and Petty R 2006 ‘Is a Uniform Hurdle Rate Relevant in a Banking Firm?, Asian Finance Association of the International Financial Management Association, 17th Annual Meeting, Auckland, New Zealand, 1st January 2006-31st December 2006

Conference Proceedings

    • Carlin T and Finch N 2006 ‘In Search of a Free Lunch – Hybrid Financial Securities in Australia’, 29th Annual Congress of the European Accounting Association, Dublin, Ireland, 24th March 2006
    • Finch N, Ford G, Cuganesan S and Carlin T 2006 ‘The Scaling Property of Randomness: The Impact of Reporting Frequency on The Perceived Performance of Investment Funds’, Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies Spring International Conference, New Orleans, United States, 1st January 2006-31st December 2006
    • Finch N, Carlin T and Ford G 2006 ‘Measuring the Impact of Hybrid Financial Securities on the Firm Cost of Capital’, Third International Business Research Conference, Melbourne, Australia, 1st — 30th November 2006
    • Carlin T, Finch N and Ford G 2006 ‘Transaction Risk in Acquisitions Arising From the Form of Payment Structure’, 3rd International Conference on Contemporary Business, Leura, Australia, 1st — 30th September 2006
    • Carlin T and Finch N 2006 ‘Magic Pudding or Regulatory Arbitrageur’s Friend? The Use of Hybrid Debt Equity Securities by Australian Listed Corporations’, Accounting and Finance Association of Australia and New Zealand Annual Congress AFAANZ, Wellington, New Zealand, 4th July 2006

Book Sections

    • Carlin T and Finch N 2006 The Rise and Impact of Hybrid Securities in Australian Listed Corporations in International Accounting: Standards, Regulations and Financial Reporting, ed. G.Gregoriou and M.Gaber, Elsevier, New York, United States, pp. 367–86

Journal Articles

    • Carlin T and Finch N 2006 ‘Editorial’, Journal of Applied Research in Accounting and Finance, vol.1:1, pp. 1
      Finch N, Carlin T and Ford G 2006 ‘Financial Statement Distortion: Hybrid Debt-Equity Securities’, SCMS Journal of Management, vol.3:4, pp. 5–17
    • Carlin T, Finch N and Ford G 2006 ‘Hybrid Financial Instruments, Cost of Capital and Regulatory Arbitrage – An Empirical Investigation’, Journal of Applied Research in Accounting and Finance, vol.1:1, pp. 43–55
    • Finch N 2006 ‘Intangible Assets and Creative Impairment — An Analysis of Current Disclosure Practices by Large Australian Listed Firms’, Journal of Law and Financial Management, vol.5:2, pp. 18–24

2005

Internal Working Papers

    • Finch N 2005 ‘A Framework for Understanding the Acceptability of Rating Agency Methodologies — Macquarie Graduate School of Management Working Paper Series, MGSM WP 2005–11′, Sydney, Australia
    • Finch N 2005 ‘Issues Relating to Fee Disclosure in Australian Investment and Superannuation Funds — Macquarie Graduate School of Management Working Paper Series, MGSM WP 2005–34′, Sydney, Australia
    • Finch N 2005 ‘The Distortion of Expense Ratios in Australian Investment Funds — Macquarie Graduate School of Management Working Paper Series, MGSM WP 2005–35′, Sydney, Australia
    • Finch N 2005 ‘The Motivations for Adopting Sustainability Disclosure — Macquarie Graduate School of Management Working Paper Series, MGSM WP 2005–17′, Sydney, Australia
    • Carlin T and Finch N 2005 ‘The Rise and Impact of Hybrid Securities in Australian Listed Corporations — Macquarie Graduate School of Management Working Paper Series, MGSM WP 2005–22′, Sydney, Australia

Conference Papers

    • Finch N 2005 ‘Rating the Ratings: The Acceptability of International Rating Methodologies, Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies Annual International Conference, Memphis, United States, 1st January 2005-31st December 2005
    • Finch N 2005 ‘Sustainability Reporting Frameworks, Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies Annual International Conference, Memphis, United States, 1st January 2005-31st December 2005
    • Finch N 2005 ‘The Role of Impersonal Data Disclosure in the Selection of Australian Retail Investment Funds, Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies Annual International Conference, Memphis, United States, 1st January 2005-31st December 2005
    • Finch N 2005 ‘The Role of Non-Family Managers in Promoting Business Continuity in Family-owned Enterprises: Practical conflict resolution techniques for independent managers and non-executive directors’, Academy of Family Business Annual International Conference, Memphis, United States, 1st January 2005-31st December 2005
    • Finch N 2005 ‘The Way We Govern: Why the CLERP9 regulations in Australia may not address governance issues’, Academy for Studies in International Business Annual International Conference, Memphis, United States, 1st January 2005-31st December 2005

Conference Proceedings

    • Carlin T and Finch N 2005 ‘Performance in Flux – An Investigation of New Public Financial Management Reform in Action’, 34th Annual Meeting of the Western Decision Sciences Institute, Vancouver, Canada, 1st January 2005-31st December 2005
    • Carlin T and Finch N 2005 ‘Case Study in Aggressive Financial Reporting: Hybrid Debt – Equity Securities in Australia’, Proceedings of the Second International Business Research Conference, Sydney, Australia, 8th December 2005
    • Carlin T and Finch N 2005 ‘Performance in Flux – An Investigation of New Public Financial Management Reform in Action’, 36th Annual Meeting of the Decision Sciences Institute, San Francisco, United States, 20th November 2005
    • Finch N, Carlin T and Ford G 2005 ‘The Use of Extended Reporting Frameworks in Australia’, Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies, 2005 Summer International Conference, Omaha, United States, 21st July 2005

Journal Articles

    • Finch N 2005 ‘Does the Use of Hybrids Cause Distortions in Financial Statement Disclosures?’, Journal of Law and Financial Management, vol.4:2, pp. 4–19
    • Finch N and Heys A 2005 ‘Helping Family Business to Survive’, National Accountant, vol.21:5, pp. 32–4
    • Finch N 2005 ‘The Trouble with MER: The Disclosure of Fees and Charges in Australian Superannuation and Investment Funds’, Journal of Law and Financial Management, vol.4:1, pp. 32–50

2003

Journal Articles

    • Finch N 2003 ‘The Future of Corporate Governance in Australia: Will Australia take the Right Track’, Professionalism In Directorship, Australian Institute of Company Directors, pp. 1–30