Jamie Lyon

Title: Director of Professional Insights, ACCA

Jamie Lyon is the Director of Professional Insights at ACCA. Jamie, brings a wealth of experience to his role at the head of a team of technical and policy experts. Professional Insights comments on key issues relating to a range of policy and technical areas. It strives to influence technical and policy experts in governments, regulators, professional bodies and employers across the globe. The Professional Insights team use their combined skills and expertise to demonstrate the value that professional accountants bring to society by creating successful businesses and sustainable economies. The work of the team supports ACCA’s global thought leadership agenda. By working with employers, governments and regulators across the world, Jamie and his team produce cutting edge, practical and accessible advice and insight on the most pressing issues impacting the business environment. His most recent research series, Digital CFO, is the result of an extensive collaboration between ACCA, PwC and leading CFOs. His extensive experience of financial management, corporate transformation, risk management and talent development was gained during his career in industry with a number of leading FTSE 100 businesses including Royal and Sun Alliance and Marks and Spencer. Jamie is a chartered certified accountant with a degree in economics from Sheffield University. And Jamie's passionate about the future of the profession in a very practical way too. He also works with the UK Social Mobility Fund to mentor and support disadvantaged students to enter the accountancy profession.

Articles

Thank you for your interest in our publications. These valuable works are the product of substantial time, effort and resources, which you acknowledge by accepting the following terms of use. You may not reproduce, store, transmit in any form or by any means, with the exception of non-commercial use (e.g., professional and personal reference and research work), translate, modify or create derivative works or adaptations based on such publications, or any part thereof, without the prior written permission of IFAC.

Our reproduction and translation policies, as well as our online permission request and inquiry system, are accessible on the Permissions Information web page.

For additional information, please read our website Terms of Use. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.