Total risk

Total risk

Total Risk

Systemic risk plus unsystemic risk on an investment. Every investment has systemic risk (any risk carried by an entire class of assets and/or liabilities) and unsystemic risk (any risks unique to the investment). When making investment decisions, investors must account for the total risk to the investment.
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Quality of the capital is evident from Bank's Common Equity Tier-1 (CET1) to total risk weighted assets ratio which comes to 15.48% against the requirement of 6.00%.
Current amount of insurance: 143 401 790 674, - ft total risk assurance for electrical appliances and total breakdown insurance: In the event of an insured event specified in the technical specification and insurance terms and conditions for high value machines provided by the contracting entities, The insurer shall reimburse to the extent specified in the technical specifications the damages that are covered by the insurance terms and conditions.
Bulgarian banks, 70 percent of which are owned by European Union lenders, would require additional buffers of between 0.25 percent and 0.7 percent of total risk exposure as of January next year, the countryas central bank said.
The first measure of risk used in this paper is measure of risk based on standard deviation or total risk. It is calculated as follows:
The risk-taking measures include total risk, underwriting risk, investment risk, and leverage risk.
The greatest strength and greatest weakness of Enterprise Risk Management are both reflected in its name: its strength is its focus on a firm's total risk; its weakness is an impoverished conception of risk management.
17, 2012 (CENS)--In order to expand the scale of investments and credit extension by Taiwanese banks in mainland China, the Financial Supervisory Commission (FSC) plans to exclude a number of business items from the scope of the ceiling for their total risk exposure in China.
As a result of the strong quarter, the bank's total risk based capital remained high at 15.64% for the first quarter of 2012.
Despite the surge in activity, however, the report revealed that total risk capital in the second quarter fell to $11.8 billion, which is a drop of slightly less than 1% from the first quarter of 2010 and 5.5% from the end of 2009.
A company typically has a total risk level that it is willing and able to accept.
The value of the coefficient of determination ranges from zero to one and it shows the percentage of the total risk of a stock that is due to market-related factors.
But the authors caution that the risk needs to be balanced against the much larger overall benefit of statins in reducing the total risk of a second stroke and other cardiovascular events.