So instead of saying, "that's bad risk
management, just come back to us" why not say, "that looks like an easy way to get started.
Because if all you do is just shut down, that's a bad risk
Today it is a bad risk
to open any retailer where all shops are boarded up.
They shouldn't be thought of as a good or bad risk
The people best able to pre-judge the viability of such projects as this are the financiers themselves, and they, we observe, clearly think it is a bad risk
since they will not invest.
Until managers change the system, "we're going to find ourselves in a premium spiral that's going to continue to drive rates up, and good risk out, and ultimately create a very bad risk
pool," Bertolini said.
In November, the Treasury sold PS13 billion of Northern Rock mortgages formerly thought of as a bad risk
to US investment firm Cerberus Capital Management, in what is described as the largest ever financial asset sale by a European government.
Suppose [e.sub.1] > [e.sub.0] Since e represents expenditure on effort which is incurred during the same period as the background risk, [e.sub.0] is again good relative to [e.sub.1] and a prudent DM prefers to combine [e.sub.0] with the bad risk
[??] and [e.sub.1] with the good risk x rather than vice versa.
Those customers fall into two categories--someone new to credit, such as college students, and someone with bad credit history but not necessarily a bad risk
This hope, says Travelers, is bad risk
management, and companies need to shore up their insurance to cover the very real threat of cyber attacks.
Rangers, having burned through PS22m of IPO investments in little more than a year, are a seriously bad risk