The Finance Directorate develops and delivers the financial strategies that support the achievement of the University’s Strategic Plan, whilst maintaining and promoting sound financial oversight and governance in managing the University’s finances. We work in partnership with all faculties and directorates across the University to provide guidance and information to support them in their activities. Led by our Chief Finance Officer, Dr Pete Cross and our Deputy Chief Finance Officer, Debbie Muddimer. We have approximately 90 staff across the following teams below.
To ensure resources are used for their intended purpose of providing higher education, it is essential that losses due to fraud and corruption are minimised. This policy outlines the university’s commitment to creating an anti-fraud culture.
Countering Fraud, Bribery and Money Laundering Policy
Criminal Finances Act Policy
Purchase Orders must be requested for the purchase of all goods, works, and services before any instruction are given or commitments are made, to any supplier/contractor. Failure to do so will result in your invoices being rejected for non-compliance. Read our No Purchase Order (PO), No Payment Policy.
Read our Whistleblowing Policy
The Risk and Enterprise Resilience Management Policy sets out the policy and framework that DMU operates in order to ensure compliance with the Office for Students (OfS) Accounts Direction.
Read our Modern Slavery Act
Read our Apprenticeships Subcontracting - ESFA Funded Programmes document. This also represents our approved supply chain fees and charging policy.
DMU Annual Accounts 2019-2020
DMU Annual Accounts 2018-2019
DMU Annual Accounts 2017-2018
DMU Annual Accounts 2015-2016