Transfer risk

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Transfer risk

The risk associated with the possibility of a currency not being able to be sent out of the country, usually due to central bank restrictions or a national debt rescheduling.

Transfer Risk

In international trade, the risk that a transaction cannot take place because a government or central bank will not allow currency to leave a country. For example, a government may theoretically declare that its currency is inconvertible, disallowing a transaction. Alternatively, a government may restructure its national debt service in such a way that it affects transfers of currency out of the country. See also: Political risk.
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The Investment Strategys overarching goal is to improve the coordination and effectiveness of mitigation investments, defined as risk management actions taken to avoid, reduce, or transfer risks from natural hazards, including severe weather.
"It's a marketplace where you can transfer risks and you can also do some trading" he said.
Natural resources PS Margaret Mwakima, told the Star that talks to transfer risks associated with human-wildlife conflicts are at an advanced stage.
This tool, and more generally the alternative techniques to transfer risks, represents the innovative and flexible approach with which the Group intends to implement its capital strategy.'
"Most of the money was used to actually transfer risks from private creditors to public creditors," Rocholl said.
ATB's Long-term foreign currency IDR is capped by Tunisia's Country Ceiling (CC) of 'BB' due to convertibility and transfer risks. ATB's Long-term local currency IDR is not constrained by Tunisia's CC and is a notch higher than the Long-term foreign currency IDR.
The Corporation provides insurance coverage for Arab and Non Arab investments in Arab member countries against non-commercial risks such as nationalization, confiscation, expropriation, war, civil disturbances of a public nature, currency transfer risks and breach of contract.
of Tampere, Finland) offer 12 case studies of "innovations in public finance," which they define strictly as new sources of repayment that have not before been applied to secure external financing, new methods of service delivery that offer operative service or efficiency improvements, new sources of investment capital that represent funding methods not used previously, and new ways of paying financial returns to investors that either lessen the financing cost for the project sponsor or transfer risks to external investors and later go on to strongly associate with the neoliberal economic policies of Margaret Thatcher and Ronald Reagan.
However, the rating is constrained by the potential transfer risks of Egypt, the analysts noted.
A The camel or Elk emergency lifting cushion lifts a fallen person simply and safely, minimising moving, handling and transfer risks.
Insurers are also more comfortable working with capital markets both to hedge and transfer risks, Kinnaird said.
ARSENAL vice-chairman David Dein has claimed football is being distorted by transfer risks and reckless spending on player wages.