Dr Olufemi Sallyanne Decker BSc Hons, PGCTLHE, MBA, PhD
BSc Hons, PGCTLHE, MBA, PhD
Principal Lecturer in Banking, Quality Enhancement
Department of Accounting & Finance
Dr Sallyanne Decker is a Principal Lecturer in Banking and Finance and the AC04 for Quality Enhancement. She joined the University of Greenwich in 2009 from London Metropolitan University, where she had lectured since 1998. Dr Decker has also taught as a Visiting Lecturer in Global Financial Markets at ESCEM Tours-Poitiers in France.
Her research focuses on the areas of credit union development, corporate social responsibility in the financial services sector and structural change and competition in banking. Dr Decker has been an Associate Consultant for the Association of British Credit Unions since 2003 and was an appointed Chief Examiner of the Institute of Financial Services’ Award in Credit Union Practice from 2008 - 2011. She is also a member of the Association of Business Executives and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
Dr Decker lectures on the following courses:
- AC04 for Quality Enhancement
- Global Banking and Financial Regulation
- Financial Markets and Bank Management
- Corporate Finance
Decker, Olufemi Sallyanne (2010) Exploring the corporate social responsibility agenda of British credit unions: a case study approach. Inderscience Enterprises Limited . ISSN 1755-3830
Decker, Olufemi (2012) Structural change and competition in the Sierra Leone banking sector: An empirical investigation. In: Economic Challenges and Policy Issues in Early 21st century Sierra Leone . International Growth Centre, London School of Economics, UK, IGC International Growth Centre (published online).
Decker, Olufemi Sallyanne and Sale, Christopher (2009) An analysis of corporate social responsibility, trust and reputation in the banking profession . In: Professionals' Perspectives of Corporate Social Responsibility. Springer , Berlin. ISBN 9783642026294
Bladen, Annie and Decker, Olufemi Sallyanne (2010) Performance measurement and accountability in a British credit union: case study evidence.