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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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FM Global's business profile is characterized as 'Very Strong' by Fitch as FM Global has built a significant franchise in the commercial property market for highly protected risks.
As a mutual company, FM Global and its policyholders/owners take pride in having highly protected risks.
The past year was not a good year for the traditional highly protected risks market.
Digital's buildings qualify as highly protected risks so redundant fire protection, water and public utility supplies, damage and loss limited construction features are all incorporated into the protection plan.
Through its membership in the FM Global Group, FMI has a distinctive business profile as a leading insurer of highly protected risks within the commercial property market.
The increased global capacity now supports all clients with Large Limits/Highly Protected Risks coverage needs, regardless of domicile.
FM Global remains one of the prominent underwriters of highly protected risks within the commercial property market and is widely recognized throughout the industry for its extensive loss control, risk management and engineering capabilities.
NEW YORK -- Zurich, one of the world's largest property-casualty insurance companies, today announced the introduction of The Zurich Edge,[TM] a property policy for global property and highly protected risks (HPR) markets.
Tocco will be responsible for building profitable growth in property lines, including highly protected risks, global property, boiler & machinery, healthcare and national accounts property segments.
Fitch's ratings on FM Global reflect the company's strong competitive position in the market for highly protected risks, engineering and underwriting expertise, and solid balance sheet.
FMI continues to have a distinctive business profile as a leading underwriter of highly protected risks within the commercial property market, benefiting from its extensive loss control, risk management and engineering capabilities.
FMI is a leading underwriter of highly protected risks within the commercial property market benefiting from its extensive loss control, risk management and engineering capabilities.