Capital Risk

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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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Specialty managing general agent (MGA) Nexus Group has said that it has purchased London-based Capital Risks MGA (CRML), a warranty and indemnity MGA.
M2 EQUITYBITES-April 2, 2019--Nexus purchases Capital Risks
Global Banking News-April 2, 2019--Nexus purchases Capital Risks
Human capital risks - including the need to close the skills gap and maintain employee morale - can impede transformation progress.
Xue introduced the companys overseas development and management of overseas capital, and hoped that the DBS Bank can use its well-established capital management system to help CSCEC to establish a world-leading overseas capital management system and regional capital management center, in order to enhance the efficiency of overseas capital, prevent foreign exchange and capital risks and provide assistance and guarantee to the companys overseas development.
Capital risks, for example, show that there are fears of rising rates in the US, causing foreign investors to cash out of the market to safe havens.
Deveron's drone data service network allows enterprise level customers to obtain on-demand, actionable data and eliminates technology and capital risks.
He added that the ecosystem in Egypt is very limited, especially in regards to capital risks as only a few investors are willing to risk and invest in new and unconventional sectors.
It behooves club owners, executives and managers to take responsibility for human capital risks, identify the nature of those risks, proactively respond and constantly send signals that they will not be the cause of any likely risk or club failure that is within their control."
Significant quarterly losses reported at several large public banks last week, including Bank of Baroda and Bank of India, underscored long-standing balance-sheet and capital risks stemming from legacy issues pertaining to poor asset quality and weak provisioning.
3) Water scarcity concerns will increase corporate investigation of natural capital risks. As water scarcity continues to be a global concern, corporate action is needed to address risks associated between natural capitals such as forests and water.

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