Unique risk

Unique risk

Also called unsystematic risk or idiosyncratic risk. Specific company risk that can be eliminated through diversification. See: Diversifiable risk and unsystematic risk.
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Climate change, without mitigation, presents a serious and unique risk in South Asia, a region inhabited by about one-fifth of the global human population, due to an unprecedented combination of severe natural hazard and acute vulnerability.
based wholesale insurance broker and underwriter manager Burns & Wilcox examined Santa's unique risk exposures and put together a graphic explaining the Big Red One's insurance needs:
The move brings together Aon's global capabilities, access to data and market relationships and target's talent and understanding of the Peruvian market and creates a unique risk and insurance partnership, CEO of Aon Risk Solutions in Latin America, Fernando Pereira, added.
Islamic modes of financing like Murabaha, Musharaka, Mudaraba, Ijara, Salam, Istisna'a and other Islamic modes of financing pose unique risk factors to Islamic Banks, which may be summarised as: Liquidity originated market risk ; transformation of credit risk to market risk and market risk to credit risk at various stages of a contract; bundling of credit risk and market risk, market risk arising from owning the underlying non-financial asset until maturity of a contract or until the ownership is transferred to customer and treatment of default As a result, there are unique balance sheet features of Islamic Banks from a Market risk perspective.
The company also used the event to launch its Drive Secure - a unique risk management tool for employers which protects workers through e-learning.
The research team from University of California, San Diego has found that LR is a unique risk factor for AUDs across adulthood and is not simply a reflection of a broader range of risk factors.
Before buying any bonds, though, advisers should thoroughly understand the client's financial situation, financial goals and unique risk tolerance.
In Atlanta Fed Working Paper 2001-10, Scott Frame, Gordon Karels and Christine McClatchey document the unique risk profile of occupational credit unions and examine the degree to which SEGs have reduced credit union risk.
In addition to its unique risk attributes, it will be a prime contributor to the ultimate cost of an organization's risk transfer.
Portfolio theory states that each company's stock has two inherent types of risk: unique risk and macro-economic risk.
What unique risk develops from this problem, and how should directors respond?
iovation Risk Module Leverages the Power of Device Reputation to Provide Unique Risk Scoring for Devices New to iovation's Global Fraud and Abuse Database

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