Benita Mathew

Lecturer in AI and Fintech

University of Surrey

Benita Mathew is a lecturer in AI and Fintech at the Surrey Institute for People Centred AI and the Department of Finance and Accounting at the University of Surrey. Her research interests are cross-jurisdictional tax co-operation, trustworthy AI frameworks in tax administration and the use of digital tools to inform tax policy decision making. Benita’s PhD at the Surrey School of Law rethinks the role of the digitalising economy in international business tax reform. She holds an MSc in Accounting and Taxation from the University of Exeter and is an ACCA and ACGP Affiliate from PwC Academy.

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