Protected Risk

Protected Risk

A risk against which an investor has hedged. For example, if one buys a stock, one carries the risk that the stock will fall in price. If one then short sells the same stock (while maintaining the long position), that risk becomes a protected risk.
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It is doubtful that underwriters would require data surety attestation as condition of insurability, but the prospect seeking cyber coverage could benefit by being seen as a "highly protected risk program," commented Ken Sihle, President of Sihle Insurance Group.
During the ceremony, worldwide insurer FM Global awarded the new plant the prestigious Highly Protected Risk status, highlighting Laird s commitment to employee safety and reliable fulfillment for its customers.
In recent years, workshop topics have included pandemics, natural catastrophes, enterprise-wide property risk management, the philosophy of a highly protected risk, and property loss prevention.
A perfect score of 93 won Walter USA, Waukesha, WI, the Sandvik Highly Protected Risk Award.
There is a definite rate differential between a highly protected risk and a less protected risk.
He joined the company in 2008 as a Highly Protected Risk (HPR) expert and brings 27 years of industry experience to his new role.
Frank Reiche, who has over 15 years of experience as a loss prevention engineer with various Highly Protected Risk (HPR) insurers in Europe giving him an in-depth knowledge of the loss prevention codes and standards of the major European countries.
Cruywagen also notes that these values can be used to determine premium loadings and discounts and to establish a highly protected risk culture.
Strive to get your property rated a "highly protected risk.
locations at a highly protected risk level, creating
The term highly protected risk (HPR) is primarily associated with fire sprinkler systems, but much more is required in order to minimize industrial property losses.
For property exposure, the company maintains each of its faciltiies as an HPR, or highly protected risk.