Active Risk


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Active Risk

Active Risk

The risk a portfolio or fund acquires when it is actively managed, especially when its money managers attempt to outperform some benchmark. That is, the more a fund or portfolio differs from the benchmark upon which it is based, the more likely it is to underperform or outperform that same benchmark. This extra risk is active risk.
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Active Risk is the first Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) solution provider to drive business performance by allowing organizations to manage risk more effectively.
Within the North Index, shares in Active Risk closed unchanged at 39p.
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knowledge of satellite investing, estimation error heuristics, scenario optimisation, mean variance investing, Bayesian methods, budgeting active risk, non-normality and multiple manager allocation;
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Active Risk was the top performing stock with its share price increasing by 13% to 43.
FXCM has always encouraged active risk management through the use of stop-loss and limit orders.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-5 February 2009-Strategic Thought's Active Risk Manager chosen by Roche(C)1994-2009 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
An independent panel of eight active risk management professionals scored entries on the basis of originality in serving risk managers' needs, creativity in design or adaption, effectiveness in solving problems, execution of the concept and results achieved.
An independent panel of judges, comprising of active risk management professionals, judged the entries on the basis of originality, relevance to risk managers, effectiveness, presentation and results achieved.
The poorest performing stock was Active Risk, with its shares falling by 10.
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