The new fund seeks to leverage the high growth potential of these rapidly expanding companies and provides greater diversification and risk-return tradeoff
"The Fund leverages the high growth potential of these rapidly-expanding companies and provides greater diversification and risk-return tradeoff
," Manulife said.
Alternatively, Fitch could remove the Negative Rating Watch and assign a Negative Rating Outlook if it concludes that the planned risk-return tradeoff
is appropriate, but execution risk associated with affecting the planned changes remains elevated.
However, there are a number of factors which suggest a better risk-return tradeoff
for China than for other creditors: Trade benefits: BRI projects will likely make the recipient countries more likely to trade with China (and use the renminbi), bringing economic benefits beyond the project itself.
The first, he maintained, "is the risk-return tradeoff
. Because most investors are risk averse, riskier securities accordingly offer higher returns.
If factor models reflect a risk-return tradeoff
, they shouldn't be affected by the activities of academics.
(8) Thus, the MM II result requires that investors are indifferent between the risk-return tradeoff
existing at each level of leverage.
Paragraph 71 states, "In risk transfers between associated enterprises, the risk-return tradeoff
should not be used on its own to justify the appropriateness of any risk transfer.
By altering what decisions must be made, when they are made, who makes them, the incentives driving the decisions and why they are made, firms can invent business models that change the risk-return tradeoff
Therefore, typically a reduction in risk would be accompanied by lower returns or increased costs, reflecting the risk-return tradeoff
. Whether the hedger considers these incremental costs acceptable or not depends upon the hedger's degree of risk aversion.
I estimate the amount of market risk that a public plan must accept to achieve an 8 percent expected return, based on changes in the Treasury yield and estimates from economists at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency of the risk-return tradeoff
(the "Sharpe Ratio") for public plan investments.
Successfully embedding them requires both top-down support from senior management and bottom-up support from a risk-aware culture--a culture in which frontline risk takers actively seek to optimize the risk-return tradeoff