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  1. Haitham Ahmed Abdelmoneim
  2. Assistant Professor of Finance and Accounting, Royal Commission for Jubail and Yanbu (RCJY), Saudi Arabia
  3. PhD in Accounting (Academy of Economic Studies in Bucharest, Romania)
  4. Business, management, and accounting
  5. Royal Commission for Jubail and Yanbu, Saudi Arabia
  6. ahmedh@rcyci.edu.sa
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Bio

Haitham received the PhD degree in Accounting from Academy of Economic Studies in Bucharest, Romania, in September 1997. He started his professional career at Sadat Academy for Management Sciences in Egypt (1998-2005). He is currently employed as Assistant Professor of Finance and Accounting at Royal Commission for Jubail& Yanbu (RCJY) in Saudi Arabia, (2005-Present). His professional interests focus on university teaching, vocational training, financial and management consulting, business mentoring, academic research, and translation. He is currently teaching accounting and finance Courses (AD, BS and Executive MBA programs) at Royal Commission Yanbu Colleges and Institutes (RCYCI). He is also trainer and consultant at the Center of Business and Technology Incubators – RCYCI. He participated as 'Field-Study Supervisor in 3 projects with the Economic Planning Department at RC Yanbu. He is Editorial Board Member at ELK Asia Pacific Journal of Finance in India, Editorial Board Member at The Macrotheme Review in France, Peer Reviewer at China-USA Business Review and Chinese Business Review in USA, and, Translation Reviewer at Comms Multilingual Co. in UK. He published 10 research papers, 2 articles, and 4 textbooks. He was honored with 5 certificates of appreciation and excellence from the top-management of RC Yanbu. He owns and manages a self-employment bureau for training and consultancy services in Cairo, named 'Consultancy Bureau for Accounting and Management CBAM' (www.cbamtcr.wix.com/cbam). CBAM is 'Partner – Silver License Holder' at AREOPA Group International in Belgium (www.areopa.com).

Work Background

WORK EXPERIENCE

 

1)  Assistant Professor of Finance and Accounting       (September 2005 – Present)

Royal Commission for Jubail and Yanbu, Royal Commission Yanbu Colleges & Institutes(RCYCI), Yanbu Industrial College(YIC), Yanbu University College(YUC), and Yanbu Technical Institute(YTI), Saudi Arabia.

 

 

 

Duties and Responsibilities

 

I have been conducting foundation& specialization courses at AD,BS& Executive MBA programs.Also, I have conducted the following Departmental Portfolios since 2005 until present:

  1. Coordinator, Final Examination Committee. (2005 – 2006)
  2. Coordinator, Cooperative Training Program. (2006 – 2007)
  3. Coordinator, Academic Advisory & Registration: (2007 – 2014)
    1. Enrolling the students in the courses offered by the department.
    2. Reviewing the students' course-checklists, to confirm their commitments to the department's study plan.
  4. Coordinator, BS Industrial Management Program: (2012 – present)
  5. Conducting the Learning Outcome Assessment for the BS degree courses.
  6. Checking progress on the revamping of courses offered by the department.
  • Preparing a comprehensive proposal on the development of programs.
  1. Conducting regular visits to classes to follow-up BS students; this task is conducted for Quality Assurance purposes.
  2. Coordinator, Program of Orientation Day for the preparatory-year students, (2010 – present).
  3. Coordinator (Marketing, PR & Translation), Executive MBA program in association with University of Indianapolis (UINDY): (2011 – present).
  4. Member, Faculty Scheduling Committee. (2013 – 2014).
  5. Curriculum Developer, ‘Project of Merging the Industrial Management Technology department at Yanbu Industrial College with the Management Sciences department at Yanbu University College’, Royal Commission Yanbu Colleges and Institutes RCYCI, (April 2013 – March 2014). I have developed four Associate Degree Courses: a) Financial Accounting, b) Managerial Accounting, c) Intermediate accounting, and, d) Principles of Finance.
  6. Acting HOD, (2013-2014).
  7. Head of Committee, Project of establishinga new BS Track Program in Risk Management and Insurance, (October 2015 – December 2015).
  8. Head of Committee, Project of revamping the BS Accounting Program Study Plan according to the proposed requirements of Saudi Organization for Certified Public Accountants SOCPA (January 2016 – Present).
  9. Coordinator, BS Accounting Program, (January 2016 – Present).

 

2)  Assistant Professor of Accounting                            (August 1998 – June 2005)

 

Sadat Academy for Management Sciences (SAMS), Accounting Department, Cairo, Egypt.

 

Duties and Responsibilities

 

  1. I had been conducting accounting courses at both BSandMBA degreePrograms (courses listed on next page – teaching areas).
  2. I had been conducting several training programs provided to industry – small and medium-sized enterprises, Bankingand Investment sector.
  3. I hadbeen participating – as team member – in Consultancy tasks provided to a variety of organizations in Egypt (Profit-oriented organizations; Governmental organizations and Non-governmental organizations).
  4. I had been conducting accounting courses in the joint program between University of New Brunswick in Canada and Sadat Academy for Management Sciences (UNB/SAMS) –BSProgram of International Business Administration.

 

TRAINING& CONSULTANCY                                                          (August 1998 – Present)

 

  • Executive Director, Consultancy Bureau for Accounting & Management, Cairo, Egypt, (January 2010 – Present).
  • Partner (Silver License Holder), AREOPA Group International, Mechelen, Belgium, (September 2015 – Present).
  • Expert Reviewer, COMMS MULTILINGUAL Ltd, United Kingdom, (October 2013 – April 2014).

3)        Project Coordinator and Supervisor of 12 research investigators, "A field study to update the database of the commercial space use in Yanbu Industrial City"; Economic Planning Department; Royal Commission at Yanbu; (September 2012 – May 2013).

4) Trainer & Consultant, Entrepreneurship Program; Yanbu Chamber of Commerce & Industry (YCCI); (May 2012 – Present).

5)        Trainer &Consultant, Entrepreneurship Program, Center of Business and Technology Incubators, YTI, RCYCI, (May 2012 – Present).

6) Trainer, “Managerial Accounting for Engineers”, Yanbu Industrial College, (April 2008).

7) Trainer, “Developing leadership skills”, Saudi Border Guard Officers, Yanbu, (November 2007).

8) Trainer, “Managing capital expenditures”, Etisalat Academy in Dubai, UAE, (May 2005).

9)        Trainer, “Accounting &Finance for Non-Financials”, Palestinian Telecommunication Company (Jawwal), Amman, Jordan, (August 2005).

10) Trainer, “Budgeting & business planning”, Palestinian Telecommunication Company (Jawwal), Amman, Jordan, (August 2005).

11) Trainer & Consultant, “Train the accountants and credit officers of the Egyptian NGOs”, Social Fund for Development – Egypt's Population Project funded by USAID, Cairo, Egypt, (July – August 2004).

12) Research Investigator, “Formulate a strategy to develop the rural areas in upper-Egypt governorates”, a Consultation submitted to EAP for training and consultancy, Cairo, Egypt, (January – June 2004).

13) Research Investigator, “Design a special bylaw of incentives for the air traffic controllers”, a Consultation submitted to the Egyptian General Authority for Civil Aviation, Cairo, Egypt, (1999 – 2000).

Research Contributions

1) RESEARCH PAPERS

  • "The challenges of implementing the fair value accounting as per IFRS 9 (2013) – an empirical study on the listed corporations in Saudi Arabia Stock Exchange Market", The Macrotheme Review(ISSN 2379-9765 print ISSN 1848-4735 online), Volume 5, Issue 2, Summer 2016, France.http://macrotheme.com/yahoo_site_admin/assets/docs/1MR52Ab.2451001.pdf
  • The indicators of the effectiveness of audit committees – a field study on the financial institutions in Egypt”, ELK Asia Pacific Journal of Finance and Risk Management, ISSN 2394-0409; DOI: 10.16962/EAPJFRM/issn.2394-2325; Volume 6 Issue 2 (2015).http://www.elkjournals.com/MasterAdmin/UploadFolder/1-THE-INDICATORS-OF-THE-EFFECTIVENESS-OF-AUDIT-COMMITTEES-2-3-4/1-THE-INDICATORS-OF-THE-EFFECTIVENESS-OF-AUDIT-COMMITTEES-2-3-4.pdf
  • "An insight on the conceptual and practical paradigm of lean accounting", The Macrotheme Review(ISSN 2379-9765 print ISSN 1848-4735 online), October 2012, 1(1), Paris, France.http://macrotheme.com/yahoo_site_admin/assets/docs/MM11Abd.29470144.pdf
  • "The foundations of activating the consultative role of internal auditing in the Egyptian entities, the Journal of Commerce and Finance, Faculty of Commerce, Tanta University, 2010, 1(2), Egypt.
  • "The factors governing the application of benchmarking technique in the Egyptian industrial entities – a field study on the Pharmaceutical Companies in Egypt”,theJournal of Business Studies, Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration, Helwan University, 2010, 2(4), Egypt.
  • Proposed model for measuring the cost of investment in the vocational employment”, the 5th Saudi Technical Conference and Exhibition, General Organization for Technical Education and Vocational Training, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, January 2009.
  • "The impact of knowledge economy on accounting and auditing practices”, the knowledge economy and economic development, the international conference held by Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences, Al-Zaytoonah University, Amman, Jordan, April 2005.
  • Trends of development of auditing quality control standards”, a research published in the Journal of Faculty of Commerce, Al-Azhar University, 2004, 22, Egypt.
  • Analytical study for the models of quality-costs measurement and analysis”, the future of accounting and auditing, the international conference held by the Accounting & Auditing Department, Faculty of Commerce, Cairo University, March 2003, Egypt.
  • Proposed accounting model for measurement and assessment of the organizations' institutionalperformance”,thecreativeleadership in confrontation with the contemporary challenges to the Arab management, the international conference held by the Arab Administrative Development Organization, Cairo, November 2001, Egypt.

 

2) ARTICLES

1) The impact of using knowledge-bases on the development of accounting information systems”, the Journal of Administrative Researches, Sadat Academy for Management Sciences, October 2001, 4, Egypt.

2) The full disclosure of accounting policies through the accompanying notes to the financial statements of banks”, the Journal of Arab Manager, the Executives’ Forum, July 2000, 151, Egypt.

 

3) TEXTBOOKS

1) “Accounting Principles” (Arabic), 1st edition, Cairo, 2000, (Local ISBN: 15688/2000), This textbook is an Arabic translation of the 1st volume (10 chapters) of the Accounting textbook titled “Accounting Principles" written by Jerry Weygandt, Donald Kieso, and Barbara Trenholm, Canadian edition, 1999.

2) “Fundamentals of Management Accounting” (Arabic), Cairo, 2000. (Local ISBN: 3275/2000).

3) "Management Accounting" (English), 1stedition, Cairo, 1998.

4)        "Systems of managing and implementing projects" (Arabic), 1st edition, Cairo, 1999, Local ISBN: 2841/99, International ISBN: 977-19-8040-8.