Risk classes

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Risk classes

Groups of projects that have approximately the same amount of risk.

Risk Classes

Securities that are divided into different groups, each with a different level of risk. That is, Treasury securities are in one risk class because they are risk-free while speculative stocks are in a different risk class because they are extraordinarily risky.
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19p Invesco Perpetual Select Trust plc Balanced Risk class Ordinary shares As at close of business on 22-May-2015 NAV per share (unaudited) with Debt at Par & Fair Value EXCLUDING undistributed current year revenue 122.
UCheck is a new interactive tool to help producers quickly and easily estimate the risk class of their term life customers[sup.
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Ultrapolymers says its portfolio supports risk class I and II applications as well as offering global regulatory approvals, long-term formulation consistency, enhanced quality control and guaranteed security of supply.
Advisors today are faced with the immense challenge of assessing a client's risk class in an underwriting environment that seems to change every week.
The system which I have proposed--for the authorization of the highest potential risk class of medical devices--is based on the fact that, in the recent past, too many unsafe medical devices, such as hip prosthesis or breast implants for instance, have been inserted into the body of thousands of patients.
Individuals who recently have been underwritten and classified in the best risk class will have the least expected amount of mortality improvement.
All violations were grouped either by CDC foodborne illness risk factors or non-CDC foodborne illness risk factors, risk class of the operation, and the name of the inspector.
Some of the insights provided in MIMSA include data on risk class (including the wearing off of mortality differences on preferred risks and smoker to non-smoker mortality ratios).
Norwegian regulations permit banks that use statistical models to estimate PD for each counterparty in a risk class to set that risk class's PD as the unweighted average of these PDs.
Only a small amount of risk class 1 and 2 waste must be treated elsewhere.
k] is the relative weight of the kth risk class in the portfolio.
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