Klaus Henselmann is Full Professor for the Chair of Accounting and Auditing at Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU), Germany. He teaches in Bachelor, Master and PhD programs and in the University’s Executive MBA-Programs. His main research interests are financial statement analysis, company valuation, auditing, digital financial reporting and computerised text mining.
Beyond teaching and research, he serves as a strategy counsel of XBRL Germany (www.xbrl.de) and holds seminars for the Federal Chamber of Chartered Tax Advisors (“Bundessteuerberaterkammer” http://www.bstbk.de). As member of a working group from BStBK and IDW (www.idw.de) he helped to develop valuation standards for SMEs.
He has many years of experience on the executive board of the European Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts (www.eacva.de) and for the committee at the Chamber of Chartered Auditors (“Wirtschaftsprüferkammer” http://www.wpk.de) responsible for the federal exam.