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Internally reporting risk in financial services: an empirical analysis (2017)
Journal Article
Bryce, C., Chmura, T., Webb, R., Stiebale, J., & Cheevers, C. (in press). Internally reporting risk in financial services: an empirical analysis. Journal of Business Ethics, doi:10.1007/s10551-017-3530-6. ISSN 0167-4544

The enduring failure of financial institutions to identify and deal with risk events continues to have serious repercussions, whether in the form of small but significant losses or major and potentially far-reaching scandals. Using a mixed-methods ap... Read More

Should the insurance industry be banking on risk escalation for solvency II? (2016)
Journal Article
Bryce, C., Webb, R., Cheevers, C., Ring, P., & Clark, G. (2016). Should the insurance industry be banking on risk escalation for solvency II?. International Review of Financial Analysis, 46, doi:10.1016/j.irfa.2016.04.014. ISSN 1057-5219

Basel II introduced a three pillar approach which concentrated upon new capital ratios (Pillar I), new supervisory procedures (Pillar II) and demanded better overall disclosure to ensure effective market discipline and transparency. Importantly, it i... Read More

An analysis of loan loss provisioning behaviour in Vietnamese banking (2015)
Journal Article
Bryce, C., Dadoukis, A., Hall, M., Nguyen, L., & Simper, R. (2015). An analysis of loan loss provisioning behaviour in Vietnamese banking. Finance Research Letters, 14, 69-75. doi:10.1016/j.frl.2015.05.014

This paper investigates loan loss provisioning (LLP) behaviour by Vietnamese banks during the period 2006–2012. We test the capital, income-smoothing and cyclical management hypotheses and examine whether the inclusion of X-efficiencies and/or risk c... Read More

Pension confusion, uncertainty and trust in Scotland: an empirical analysis (2014)
Journal Article
Webb, R., Watson, D., Ring, P., & Bryce, C. (2014). Pension confusion, uncertainty and trust in Scotland: an empirical analysis. Journal of Social Policy, 43(3), doi:10.1017/S0047279414000051. ISSN 0047-2794

In the context of the new auto-enrolment requirements for employers to make pension provision for their employees, and the importance of trust in pension provision, this article utilises data from the Scottish Social Attitudes Survey which in its 200... Read More