Dr Danial Hemmings
Lecturer in Finance
Head of 1st Year for Bangor Business School
Division: Financial Studies, Bangor Business School
Location: Room 2.09, Hen Goleg
Telephone: 01248 38 8162
Lecturer in Finance
Danial Hemmings joined Bangor Business School in January 2015 as a Lecturer in Finance. His current research interests focus on the impact of corporate communication choices on investors’ perceptions of value and credibility of management. His PhD examined the effects of stock hyping on firms’ market values prior to follow-on equity offerings. In particular, Danial utilizes computer assisted text analysis techniques to examine the information content of corporate narrative disclosures, as well as their potential behavioural consequences. For example, a current Bangor Business School research project in which Danial is involved finds that investors are more likely to endorse excessive CEO pay when compensation disclosures are easier to read and process.
PhD in Accounting and Finance, Bangor University
MSc in Accounting and Finance
BSc in Accounting and Finance
Roles within Bangor Business School
- Head of 1st Year for BBS
- Lecturer in Finance
- Personal tutor
ASB-1115 Financial Mathematics / ADB-1115 Mathemateg Cyllidol
ASB-3309 Behavioural Finance
Supervision of undergraduate research projects
ASB-4433 Behavioural Finance Theory and Practice
ASB-4907 Accounting Dissertation
ASB-4932 Foundation in Social Research
Supervision of postgraduate research projects
Ngoc Khanh Vy Tran (2017 to present) - SEC reviews and information quality of IPO prospectuses
Mahmoud Abdelkader Ali Abdelrahman (2018 to present) - Ownership structure, financial reporting quality, and corporations' use of tax havens
“It’s OK to pay well, if you write well: The effects of remuneration disclosure readability”, Co-authors: Lynn Hodgkinson and Gwion Williams.
“Does ‘puffery’ matter? Positive framing and market conditioning prior to SEOs”.
“Real earnings management in European private and public firms”, Co-authors: Jingwen Yang, Aziz Jaafar and Richard Jackson.
“Market timing when issuers cannot afford to wait? The relationship between overpricing and capital needs for UK seasoned issuers”, Co-authors: Lynn Hodgkinson and Qingwei Wang.
- CyhoeddwydHeterogeneous effects of the SEC's Securities Offering Reform
Hemmings, D., Hodgkinson, L. & Wang, Q., 30 Medi 2018, Yn : Economics Letters. 170, t. 131-135
Allbwn ymchwil: Cyfraniad at gyfnodolyn › Erthygl
- CyhoeddwydExplaining Communication Choices during Equity Offerings: Market Timing or Impression Management?
Hemmings, D., Brennan, N. M. & Merkl-Davies, D. M., Tach 2017, Handbook of Investor Relations and Financial Communications. Laskin, A. (gol.). Wiley
Allbwn ymchwil: Pennod mewn Llyfr/Adroddiad/Trafodion Cynhadledd › Pennod
- Invited research seminar at Newcastle University Business School
Ion 2018Gweithgaredd: Sgwrs wadd (Siaradwr)
- Invited research seminar at Warwick Business School
Maw 2017Gweithgaredd: Sgwrs wadd (Siaradwr)
- Invited research seminar at SKEMA Business School, Lille, France
Medi 2016Gweithgaredd: Sgwrs wadd (Siaradwr)
- Associate editor for Journal of Risk Finance.
- Ad hoc reviewer for European Journal of Finance, Accounting and Business Research, British Accounting Review, and Journal of Business Ethics.