Good Risk

Good Risk

1. An investment that one believes is likely to be profitable. The term most often refers to a loan made to a creditworthy person or company. Good risks are considered exceptionally likely to be repaid.

2. A person or company on which a good risk is taken.
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Patients who were classified as "good risk" had none of the risk factors, and their median survival time was 11.8 months.
* Prevent possible claims by maximizing safety and good risk management policies and practices;
To keep our ACC family safe, a heightened state of awareness and the practice of good risk management both on an off the job are necessary to mitigate risks.
'Parents are keeping their children too protected for them to be able to develop good risk awareness,' he said.
"It was a big risk but it has been a good risk. When I first heard from Kristine I had a good instinct about her, and now I am married to her with a beautiful son."
You consider yourself a good risk: your new home, complete with an impressive security system, is located in a safe neighborhood.
As a long-term care provider, getting the financing you need to refurbish, add on, or even start anew depends on your ability to present yourself and your facility as a "good risk." Once you've cleared that hurdle, there are things you can do to ensure that your relationship with your lender runs smoothly, in good times and bad.
He said that banks would have to be supported by good risk and capital management practices or develop new skills to accommodate new technology and business models.
Fortunately, that is what good risk managers are best known for.
A good risk management process to identify and mitigate the bad things that can happen is a necessity for program managers.
A good risk management policy would allow for some deviation against the benchmark rate for times when markets are uncertain or changing rapidly in one direction.
"This tragic case highlights the potential risks of farm visits - and the need for good risk management and high standards of hygiene on farms which are open to the public," said Ms Pamela Oldfield, director NFU Mutual risk management services.