Jurisdiction Risk

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Jurisdiction Risk

1. The added risk of making a loan to a borrower in a foreign country. Such risks include exchange risk, political risk, and legal risk.

2. The risk of placing funds under the jurisdiction of a foreign central bank. These risks include exchange risk and political risk. For example, jurisdiction risk includes the possibility that the foreign government will confiscate all foreign currency in the country.
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