Integrated Risk Management: Techniques and Strategies for by Neil Doherty

By Neil Doherty

Through the years, threat administration has built individually in either the coverage and monetary fields. at the present time, the 2 are discovering price in every one other's instruments and strategies. built-in danger administration combines the simplest of the 2 notions of possibility administration, assurance and monetary, to strengthen ideas perfect for taday's advanced hazard setting. instruments transcend hedging techniques to additionally research leveraging, post-loss financing, contingent financing, and fiversification.

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Prophet A will pay prophet B $10 if the coin turns up heads; otherwise prophet B will pay prophet A $10. Since both know that the coin will turn up tails, a meaningful transaction will never take place; prophet B will never agree. Possibly prophet A might be willing to pay prophet B $10 to induce him to make the "bet," but the activity is pointless because both break even. If we descend from Mount Olympus, the transaction will have quite different implications since the outcome from tossing a coin is quite risky.

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The ability of a firm to tolerate any one risk is determined by its current exposure to other risks. Even if risks are independent of each other, they combine to impose less total risk than the sum of their parts. This is the virtue of diversification. Thus, if I have 1 risky cash flow, it can make sense to insure it. But with 50 similar risky cash flows, their combined relative risk can be low and the need for insurance of each minimal. There are other reasons for coordination than simple diversification.

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