People continue to be risk-averse
, but more than 20% say they can't afford to be too cautious
Failure to reach consensus on such a mechanism would result in continued risk-averse
behavior by transplant centers undermining innovation and hampering advancement of the field of transplantation and ultimately compromising patient care.
Although we must all take a responsible approach to lending, that doesn't mean becoming so risk-averse
that we simply exclude millions of creditworthy consumers.
That experience, combined with my CIMA training, means that I probably do have a risk-averse
element, but I don't see that as a bad thing.
Lord Jones - who previously headed the CBI as Digby Jones and quit the Government after just over a year on Friday - said: "What I found very frustrating was that I have never met a more risk-averse
system in my entire life than the Civil Service.
It's really vibrant, and it's less risk-averse
because there are so many players in here, so it's a really excellent time for Sudbury.
The foreign service is a risk-averse
culture, Barbara Bergen, coordinator of the awards, tells Kralev, who reports that "[n]one of the nominations this year is related to a controversial foreign policy issue, such as Iraq, Iran, North Korea, or the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Just as the board is risk-averse
in selecting a CEO, it is likely that your current CEO is risk-averse
in assigning you accountability for large-scale operations.
It should be noted that Mittlestaedt is not risk-averse
A more robust risk assessment process reduces the chance of overlooking key risks and incurring unacceptable opportunity costs due to risk-averse
For the risk-averse
investor, royalty trusts offer diversification and a pure investment in commodities; they reduce a portfolio's overall risk and provide a hedge against inflation.
Although known to be a risk-averse
studio, Paramount grew far more ambitious last year.