Capital Risk

Capital Risk

The risk that a company will lose the amount of an investment. An investor takes on capital risk each time he/she invests in anything other than a risk-free security. Capital risk is limited to the amount one has invested. For example, if one buys a $1,000 bond, he/she will not lose more than $1,000.
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By: Egypt Today staff CAIRO - 29 May 2017: A capital risk firm for financing insolvent factories will be launched within days with LE 150 million, under the name of Misr for Capital Risk, Minister of Industry Tarek Kabil said in a Monday statement from the ministry.
The third component is the capital risk, which arises from non-government induced uncertainties that affect the economy and business sector.
NEW YORK -- International risk managers see human capital risk as being the most significant threat facing their global business operations, according to a new survey conducted by the Economist Intelligence Unit and sponsored by the ACE Group of Companies.
Under this strategic reorganization of AXIS Insurance, AXIS Insurance will have the following four divisions managed across all geographic locations: Specialty Lines, Professional Lines, Capital Risk Solutions and AXIS Select Markets.
Because of 300mm wafer fab's capital risk and a more competitive industry environment, we will find alliance and mergers becoming a common phenomenon in this industry.
The American capital risk company Cross Atlantic Venture (CAV) joins the investor's pool banking.
Physicians who want to be part of the next generation of cardiac diagnostics, but do not want to assume the entire capital risk, hire the staff or manage the operations, can turn to our company to make it happen.
Capital Risk LLC, formed in March 2000 specialises in targeted lines of business in the following areas of expertise: aviation, casualty, construction, employee benefits, energy & marine, Fortune 1000 companies, healthcare, private equity & banking, professional liability and property.
This minimizes capital risk and operational costs by eliminating the need to build out a network.
McGrath served as Accenture's capital risk officer, overseeing the financial, contract and execution risk assessments for all major Accenture deals and strategic investments and monitoring the status of critical capital transactions.
Key credit concerns include MAR's significant contingent exposure, capital risk associated with real estate investments and loans, hotel operating risk due to sliver equity and incentive management fees, heavy share repurchase activity, complexity of joint ventures, off-balance sheet liabilities and the synthetic fuel business, and uncertainty surrounding the strength and longevity of the current rebound in travel.
Ratings concerns include MAR's significant contingent exposure, capital risk associated with real estate investments and loans, hotel operating risk due to sliver equity and incentive management fees, heavy share repurchase activity, complexity of joint ventures, off-balance sheet liabilities and the synthetic fuel business, and uncertainty surrounding the strength and longevity of the current rebound in travel.

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