Dynamic Risk

Dynamic Risk

The risk of loss resulting from changes in culture, taste or policy. For example, if one sells only black socks in the United States, one takes the dynamic risk that no one will buy black socks after Labor Day. Likewise, if one sells for-profit insurance, one takes the dynamic risk that the government will ban this type of insurance. It is related to political risk, but primarily connotes cultural changes.
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Among sexual offenders, specific static and dynamic risk factors have been associated with increased risk of recidivism.
2]G we were able to build a dynamic risk firm with a strong emerging markets focus and capability set.
is is termed as a dynamic risk assessment and is dealt with on a caseby-case basis.
Officer AA added: "The dynamic risk assessment that happened on the day failed and was not sufficiently good to prevent these three young men dying.
Trafford CCG requires a dynamic Risk Stratification solution to help gain a greater understanding of the changing health needs of Trafford~s population and to support intelligent commissioning of health services.
6 times compared to the same period of 2014 with the help of its diversified debt structure and dynamic risk management strategies.
Multi-nationals also are subject to international certifications and standards, multi-lateral and bi-lateral treaties, and regional directives posing a need to develop dynamic risk mitigation policies and strategies.
This can be accomplished by conducting a dynamic risk analysis of the past, the future, macro/micro trends, the economy, and the political/regulatory/social environment to search for emerging risks.
Advisers can analyse the efficiency of an existing portfolio and, via the dynamic risk profiler, match a client's attitude to risk with a proposed portfolio.
While the static approach of simply holding the unaltered forward contract may turn out to be more profitable than a dynamic risk management alternative in any single situation, in the long run, the firm that reacts to changing risks and opportunities in a disciplined and businesslike manner should have a considerable advantage over a competitor who categorically ignores available information.
Before joining Southport Re, McNichols served as a Consulting Actuary for Aon (NYSE:AON), leading dynamic risk modeling projects for insurance companies and large corporations.
After outlining the effects of heat on military personnel, Mr Havenith said the 16-mile SAS "selection" test should have been subjected to increasingly urgent and dynamic risk assessments due to several men withdrawing with heat-related conditions.
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