Geographic risk

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Geographic risk

Risk that arises when an issuer issues policies concentrated within certain geographic areas, such as the risk of concentrating their coverage in hurricane or earthquake prone regions.

Geographic Risk

The risk to an investment in a specific geographic area. Specifically, it refers to the possibility that a natural disaster to which an area is prone will negatively impact an investment. For example, a company pumping oil in the Gulf of Mexico carries a geographic risk that a hurricane will destroy its infrastructure. See also: Country risk.
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It is perhaps too early to say that fraud risk is in remission, but the First American/Interthinx 2014 Annual Mortgage Fraud Risk Report highlights a positive trend toward nominal overall risk, [paragraph] However, First American still sees risk and performance indicators that tell a more cautionary tale around specific geographic risks, home-equity risks and the re-emergence of alternate financing where history reminds us to remain vigilant.
Another consideration involves geographic risks and exposure.
com to post their pets stories and to participate in an online risk assessment to learn about geographic risks, how dogs are exposed to the disease, signs of disease, and precautions to take to help prevent the disease.
Business and geographic risks should dictate the depth of the training and the prudence of offering or providing training to business partners.
Others are likely to return only with tougher underwriting standards and higher fees tied to credit and geographic risks.
s ExposureView, a Web-based mapping tool that insurers can use to view their in-force policies in relation to catastrophe events and other geographic risks, got a lot of use in the last couple of months as insurers pinpointed where the California wildfires would impact their policyholders.
And the McFadden Act should be amended to permit banks to deliver their services at the lowest possible costs and to more easily diversify their geographic risks.
These insurers use it to view their portfolios of in-force policies relative to their proximity to catastrophe events and other geographic risks.
the impact of political, economic and geographic risks on international sales.
Additionally, it would permit BCBSKS to diversify geographic risks and adverse local legislation.
By the end of this year all our Latin American plants will be digitally linked by satellite or fiber optics allowing us to move work from one plant to another reducing geographic risks and distribution costs.
A fraud risk assessment can provide the audit committee with insights about common issues relating to industry, company or geographic risks that can be helpful in evaluating complaints.

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