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Dr Cormac Bryce

BA (Hons) (Glasgow Caledonian University), MSc (Glasgow Caledonian University), Mres (Glasgow Caledonian University), PhD (Glasgow Caledonian University), PGCHE (The University of Nottingham)
Assistant Professor in Risk Management

Division: Industrial Economics and Finance
Centre/Institute: Centre for Risk, Banking and Financial Services
E-mail: cormac.bryce@nottingham.ac.uk
Tel: +44 (0) 115 8466690
Location: C05 (North Building, Jubilee Campus)

I am a member of both the Centre for Risk, Banking, and Financial Services and Centre for Research in Behavioural Sciences at the University of Nottingham. My multi-method research spans from human behaviour in financial organizations to the effect of regulation on organizational behaviour within the healthcare industry.



Research Interests
Current research interests include: demutualisation and the efficiency of large UK banks, European banking efficiency, operational risk in financial institutions, benchmarking of operational risk management functions, psychological predispositions within call centre staff to risk reporting.

I am currently the principal investigator in an ESRC seminar series entitled "Lessons in the management of 'People Risk': A multi-disciplinary approach" please visit our website for more information: http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/business/BusinessCentres/CRBFS/ESRC/index.aspx

Administrative Roles
MSc Risk Management Admissions Tutor
I am module convenor of the following modules:


Undergraduate

Risk Management Processes


MSc

Corporate Risk
Current Research Activities
Spark Fund (Principal Investigator) The Influence of ethics and integrity on individual behaviour in the accountancy profession - 5k ESRC Seminar Series (Principal Investigator) - Lessons in the Management of 'People Risk: A Multidisciplinary Approach - 30K Spark Fund (Co- Investigator) Perceptions and Misconceptions: Multi Channel Beliefs and Investment Decisions in the British Isles - 7k Integrating Global Societies Seedcorn Grant (Co- Investigator) Perceptions and Misconceptions: Multi Channel Beliefs and Investment Decisions in the British Isles - 3k

International Collaborations, Organisation & Contributions
2012 - Ongoing    European Risk Research Network Conference Luxembourg, Winner of best paper at conference
2010 - Ongoing    Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance Highly commended award
2011 - 2013    Institute of Chartered Accountants Scotland seedcorn Grant 750
2012 - 2012    Lead Academic organiser for the Institute of Operational Risk Annual Conference
- 2011    Lead Academic organiser for the Institute of Operational Risk Annual Conference
2013 -      Chair of Organising Committee - ESRC People Risk Seminar Existing Knowledge, contested approaches and future development, East Midlands Conference Centre, University of Nottingham
 

Publications from 2005 to the present day

Journal Articles

Bryce, C; Cheevers,C; Webb, R; Ring, P; Clark, G(2016)., "Strategic Lessons from Banking Compliance? The importance of risk escalation for Solvency II", International Review of Financial Analysis, forthcoming 2016.

Bryce, C.; Dadoukis, A.; Hall, M.; Nguyen, L.; Simper, R.(2015)., "An analysis of loan loss provisioning behaviour in Vietnamese banking", Finance Research Letters, forthcoming 2015.

Ring, P.; Bryce, C.; Webb, R.(2014)., "Taking notice of risk culture - the regulator's approach", Journal of Risk Research, forthcoming 2014.

Webb, R.; Ring, P.; Watson, D.; Bryce, C.(2014)., "Pension Confusion, Uncertainty and Trust in Scotland: An Empirical Analysis", Journal of Social Policy, Vol.43 (3), pp. 595-613.

Bryce, C.; Cheevers, C.; Webb, R.(2013)., "Operational Risk Escalation: An Empirical Analysis of UK Call Centres'", International Review of Financial Analysis, Vol.30, pp. 298-307, doi.10.1016/j.irfa.2013.05.002.

Bryce, C.; Webb, R.; Adam, J.(2011)., "Internal loss data collection implementation: evidence from a major UK financial institution", Journal of Risk Research, Vol.14 (10), pp. 1161-1176.

Webb, R.; Bryce, C.; Watson, D.(2010)., "The Effect of Building Society Demutualisation on Levels of Relative Efficiency at Large UK Commercial Banks", Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance, Vol.18 (4), pp. 333-355, Paper received the 'Highly commended Award' from the Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance.



Conferences

Bryce, C., 2015, "Strategic Lessons from Banking Compliance? The importance of risk escalation for Solvency II Implementation", at Society for Risk Analysis Europe, Maastricht, June.

Bryce, C., 2014, "Vietnamese Banks and Loan Losses: A New Empirical Analysis of Provisioning Behaviour in Banks", at INFINITI Finance Conference, Prato Italy. June.

Bryce, C., 2012, "Operational Risk Escalation and the Theory of Planned Behaviour: An Empirical Analysis of UK Call Centres", at the European Risk Research Network Conference, Luxembourg, September 2012, Award received for best paper of conference.

Bryce, C., 2011, "A cross-comparison of operational risk reporting behaviour and policy dissemination in the selling of financial products by the Major British Banking Groups and Insurance Companies - Proof of Concept", at the Institute of Operational Risk Annual Conference, Glasgow Caledonian University, October 2011.

Bryce, C.; Webb, R.; Adam, J., 2009, "Internal Loss Data Collection Implementation: Evidence from a Major UK Financial Institutions", at the European Financial Management Symposium, Risk Management in Financial Institutions, Audencia School of Management, Nantes, April 2009.

Bryce, C.; Webb, R., 2008, "The Effect of Building Society Demutualisation on Levels of Relative Efficiency at Large UK Commerical Banks'", at the Scottish Economic Society Annual Conference 2008. Perth, Scotland.

 

 

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