Geographic risk

Geographic risk

Risk that arises when an issuer issues policies concentrated within certain geographic areas, such as the risk of concentrating their coverage in hurricane or earthquake prone regions.

Geographic Risk

The risk to an investment in a specific geographic area. Specifically, it refers to the possibility that a natural disaster to which an area is prone will negatively impact an investment. For example, a company pumping oil in the Gulf of Mexico carries a geographic risk that a hurricane will destroy its infrastructure. See also: Country risk.
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The program also comes with CBA's free Leading Indicators index, which encompasses global labor rates, a novel geographic risk factors algorithm, capacity utilization rates, and other data.
In particular, it can solve several problems of spatial resolution of summaries of geographic risk for disease.
Determining the potential geographic risk and replacement cost of a property are two crucial steps in the underwriting process* By integrating with e2Value, we're allowing our users to get both of these solutions simultaneously from a single source, increasing efficiencies for insurers.
Models are under development that integrate the life history traits of 100 normative woody plants of the north-central United States with climatic and geographic risk analysis.
Here's a link to a map showing geographic risk: View map of geographic risk
Newell Rubbermaid initially has set its sights on countries in Europe that have "the least geographic risk," McDonough said, naming Germany as one example.
Inserra's strategy for long-term profitable growth of Westbridge includes providing broad coverage, seeking a global and geographic risk spread, selective underwriting and a balanced underwriting portfolio with infrequent large limit losses offset by more predictable low limit losses, as well as non-correlated losses.
The increased opportunities for interstate banking are allowing many banking organizations to reach for the twin goals of geographic risk diversification and new sources of "core" deposits.
Partially offsetting these positive factors are USIC's geographic risk concentration within Puerto Rico, which exposes operations to changes within the economic, competitive and regulatory environments, and high underwriting expense ratio.
Risk Assessments C Elaborates on regulatory expectations and leading industry practices across various assessments including: Enterprise-wide Risk Assessment, Horizontal Risk Assessment, Line of Business/Legal Entity Risk Assessment, Geographic Risk Assessment, Product/Service Risk Assessment, Customer Risk Assessment and Sanctions Risk Assessment.
Proper consideration of the changing landscape of insured properties, advancements in geographic risk classification, and detailed data on construction practices and materials requires an integrated catastrophe modeling approach to generate the appropriate inputs to calculate actuarially sound rates.
RAM Ratings notes that the geographic risk exposure of most of Mumtalakat's investee companies is still concentrated in Bahrain.

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