Target Risk

Target Risk

1. A term for prospective policyholders of an insurance company, organized by demographic information such as age and gender.

2. The amount of risk an investor is willing to take. Target risk varies according to the investor's risk tolerance.
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We continue to make progress in the reduction of Barclays Non-Core as we target risk weighted assets of around 20bn at the end of 2017.
Qualified default investment alternatives include both target date funds and target risk (aka "lifestyle") funds.
In principle, it may allow us to find how many people in the population are infected so we can target risk management strategies and ensure the safety of our blood supply," the Telegraph quoted him as saying.
Use of target risk factor education was shown to be effective in reducing falls.
The Chromis programme run from the prison's Westgate Unit has been designed to reduce violence and target risk factors associated with psychopathic offenders.
He is a frequent speaker at industry events and is a recognized expert in the use of lifetime income solutions within target risk and target date investment strategies.
Portfolios are managed with the aim of achieving or exceeding target returns within a target risk level.
About two in five are positive toward investing in Target Risk Funds and Target Date Funds.
The Federal Reserve has announced that it has adopted new rules to target risk.
SNCD] as the starting point, the RfD corresponding to a target risk of [BMR.
The target risk for Argo Insurance's Private and Pleasure Watercraft Program is fishing boats and sailboats valued at $25,000 to $250,000.