Lecturer in Finance
Dr Danial Hemmings is a Lecturer in Finance at Bangor Business School. He gained his PhD in Accounting and Finance at Bangor University in 2017 while a member of academic staff. Danial has broad teaching experience in the areas of Corporate Finance, Behavioural Finance, Financial Markets, Financial Management, Accounting and Accounting Communication, as well as experience in PhD-level training, supervision and examination. He is also active in researching topics across both Accounting and Finance and has published his research in high-quality international journals and presented at international conferences and as an invited speaker at other prominent business schools.
Danial is currently involved in a portfolio of research projects spanning topics in the areas of disclosure and financial reporting quality, corporate governance and shareholder votes, initial and follow-on equity offerings, alternative floatation devices, as well as analyst and social media-disseminated research. He has also been involved in projects funded by the Welsh Government, ESRC, British Academy and Leverhulme Trust. Danial is passionate about teaching and strives to incorporate his research activities and exposures into his teaching.
PhD in Accounting and Finance, Bangor University
MSc in Accounting and Finance
BSc in Accounting and Finance
Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education
Roles within Bangor Business School
- Year 1 Academic Tutor for BBS
- Lecturer in Finance
- Personal tutor
ASB-1117 Financial Techniques and Analysis
ADB-1117 Technegau a Dadansoddiad Cyllidol
ASB-2202 & ASB-3200 Corporate Finance
ASB-3309 Behavioural Finance
Supervision of undergraduate research projects
Year 1 study skills provision
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
“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.
Year 1 Academic Tutor for Bangor Business School
Division: Financial Studies, Bangor Business School
Location: Room 2.09, Hen Goleg
Telephone: 01248 38 8162
Click here to book an appointment during Danial’s office hours.