A former Manager with Midland Bank plc and as a full-time Senior Lecturer in Banking and Economics at Loughborough University have accumulated 40 years of experience in Business and Banking education, Higher Education management and teaching innovation. I am passionate about sharing experience with peers and frequently present at learning and teaching conferences and seminars.
He recently stepped down as inaugural Associate Dean Teaching (2010-2017) at the School of Business and Economics at Loughborough University and now focus on on-line education.
Research interests include personal and corporate insolvency, as well as debt counselling, SME lending by banks and student engagement with group work and technology in learning. In 2007 he was awarded a PhD based on personal insolvency research.
He has intensely practical approach to his teaching and research work and have wide experience in teaching undergraduate, post-experience and postgraduate students both in the UK and abroad, including Liechtenstein, Ukraine, Finland and Singapore.
He is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Bankers (now LIBF) and a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. Recently he had been working with EFMD in Brussels on accreditation and the Chartered Association of Business Schools.