These challenges stem from current operating environment and risk-averse
sentiment of investors towards non-banks, particularly wholesale-oriented financiers.
Is Gen Z risk-averse
? "I prefer staying on the safe side of things rather than risking it and losing everything.
The writeup, based on the work of Carter Cast, a clinical professor at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, argues that budding executives can succeed at this by figuring out the difference between risk mitigation and being risk-averse
That many decision makers are risk-averse
has been amply documented in the finance and economics literature; see, for example, Neumann and Morgenstern , Markowitz (1959), Jorion , and Szego .
Colin Sempill, Managing Director of SSE Enterprise Telecoms, said: We have always strived to deliver the most resilient, high capacity network in the UK and this is why we work with some of the most risk-averse
Studies on our economy have made India look like a risk-averse
Many investors are now very risk-averse
and looking for what they consider to be safe havens for their money.
MEP Wolf Klinz (ALDE, Germany) called Europe "risk-averse
and anti-technology," and said foreigners are looking for "a more positive environment".
Export-oriented issues were boosted on the yen's fall as a risk-averse
mood eased after House Speaker John Boehner announced a proposal for a temporary extension to the U.S.
"We know that banks are risk-averse
to lending at the moment but it should also be understood that businesses, especially SMEs, are also nervous about borrowing in the current trading conditions.
If schools are to stay open they must be freed from the shackles our risk-averse
society has produced.
First, we obtain the rational expectation (RE) equilibria under the rational expectations hypothesis firstly proposed by Muth  for the risk-averse