Senior Lecturer Dr Jinning Hong achieves CMgr FCMI Status

15/05/2020 by Sinead Staunton

Jinning Hong

Course Leader for Accounting and Finance at Newman University, Dr Jinning Hong has achieved Chartered Manager fellowship (CMgr FCMI) status from the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) – the only chartered professional body dedicated to promoting the highest standards of management and leadership excellence in the UK. The CMI’s Chartered Manager award is the highest professional and most prestigious status that can be achieved in management and leadership roles, demonstrating a professional approach through competence, knowledge, professional standards and CPD as well as evidencing commitment to ethical management practice.

Awarded only by the CMI, thousands of UK managers at all levels and across all sectors now hold Chartered Manager status and highly value it. Chartered Managers make an essential economic contribution to the UK economy and businesses.

Jinning began working at Newman University in 2019 after successful lecturing roles in Accounting and Finance at the University of Worcester and University of Sheffield.

Jinning’s research interest lies in the following fields: Tax planning in the context of international business and overseas investment; Tax strategies in relation to investment decisions; and Tax ethics in the frame of global investment. Her research successfully secured funding from the professional bodies, such as £12,000 from the Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT), and £1,000 from the Institute of Chartered Accountant of Scotland (ICAS).

At Newman University, Birmingham, Jinning is the course leader for the Accounting and Finance programmes, and comments “I am delighted to achieve the CMgr FCMI status.  I hope to apply this to maintain the quality of practice in learning and teaching, and continuously improve student experience at Newman.”