Residual risk


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Residual risk

Residual Risk

Any risk remaining to an investment after all other risks have been eliminated, hedged, or otherwise accounted. For example, a residual risk to an international shipment may be the part that is not insured by the export credit agency. Some residual risks may not be known during risk analysis, and indeed may not be knowable.
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Transaction Rating Capped: Although the strength of the off-taker's payment obligation allows for a rating of one notch below Fitch's view of the credit quality of the off-taker, BG, the exposure to some level of refinancing and residual risk due to a balloon payment at maturity is why Fitch elected to cap the transaction rating at 'BBB-'.
If the distribution of the loss is known, the residual risk is zero.
An open-ended lease like the kind offered by leasing companies that are relatively new to the materials handling space, means the customer could be bearing the residual risk.
Inherent risk is the level of risk before controls are applied, while residual risk is the level of risk remaining post-implementation of controls.
The Clean Air Act (CAA) requires the EPA to undertake two different analyses as part of the residual risk and technology review.
From a safety and immunogenicity perspective, if the firm conducts pre-approval studies that included more than 100 patients on the proposed similar biologic drug, the number of patients in phase IV study can be reduced accordingly so that the safety data (from both Phase III and IV) is derived from a minimum of 300 patients treated with the similar biologics," the new guidelines stated, adding: "For a product which is found similar in pre-clinical, in-vitro characterisation having established pharmacokinetics methods and a pharmacodynamics marker that is surrogate of efficacy, the residual risk is significantly reduced in the Phase I study if equivalence is demonstrated for both PK and PD.
Remember the residual risk is always with the government when projects fail.
We are now at a critical period in the Ebola epidemic as we move from managing cases and patients to managing the residual risk of new infections," said Dr.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued the final residual risk and technology review (RTR) rule for the secondary aluminum national emission standards for hazardous air pollutants (NESHAP) on September 18 (80 Fed.
Decoding mechanisms opens the door to precise, individual interventions for the prevention of residual risk associated with the various causes of severe hypertriglyceridemia," explains Daniel Gaudet, MD, PhD, first author of the study.
He also coordinated the comprehensive risk assessment and subsequent approval with USFOR-A, TF Corsair and USAFCENT, ensuring the appropriate echelon of command understood and accepted the residual risk after his 26 distinct mitigations were in place.
The remaining or residual risk is then reviewed, with those responsible for governance to confirm the organization's risk appetite and the business decision to assume the residual risk.