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Tingting Song's PhD research compares earnings management in the commercial banking industry in China, the UK and the US.  Specifically, the research looks at how loan loss provisions are used for various earnings management purposes including capital management, income smoothing, and signalling. Furthermore, the moderating role of conservatism and risk level are explored to reflect the role of accounting standards and banking regulations and supervision qualities. The generalized method of moments (GMM) estimation method is applied in this research.  Tingting Song has passed the viva with minor corrections in April 2022.

Tingting is a member of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA). Tingting started teaching at Roehampton Business School in September 2019. She prepares the courseware, deliver seminars and mark assignment.   

Software Skills: Stata

Language Skills: Chinese (Mandrin and Cantonese), English

Professional affiliations

Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA)

Research interests

Financial Report Quality

Earnings Management

Loan Loss Provisions

Banking Regulation and Supervision

Corporate Governance


Financial Performance Management

Business Data Analysis

Introduction to Finance and Accounting for Managers

Education/Academic qualification

Accounting and Finance, MSc, London South Bank University

1 Sep 201530 Apr 2017

Award Date: 31 May 2017

Chartered Institute of Management Accountants, Glyndwr University London

1 May 201331 May 2015

Award Date: 31 May 2015

Sports Science, BSc (Hons), Beijing Sport Univeristy

1 Sep 200831 Jul 2012

Award Date: 31 Jul 2012

External positions

Tutor Coordinator, Premium Education International Ltd

1 Sep 0107 → …


  • HF5601 Accounting
  • Financial Report Quality
  • Earning Management
  • Income Smoothing
  • Capital Management
  • Signalling
  • Conservatism
  • Loan Loss Provisions
  • HG Finance
  • Banking and Finances
  • Bank Risk
  • Banking Regulation and Supervision