de-risk

de-risk

(diːˈrɪsk)
vb
to eliminate risk (from)
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On the oil side", he added, "we are starting to de-risk shale plays like oil plays, and as we continue to de-risk those plays, we will also de-risk shale gas plays.
Lotus Capital Partners, an independent real estate investment bank led by Faisal Ashraf, has launched a loan sale and distribution business that will serve lenders and investors looking to de-risk and leverage their positions in whole loans, A-notes, and mezzanine debt.
The increased level of activity means that some schemes might need to be patient, waiting for prime insurer appetite and financial conditions before they look to de-risk.
PBGC rate premium increases continued to shape plan sponsor behavior when deciding how to de-risk portfolios, the survey results showed, with 80% of respondents saying they would alter their plan strategy in the next six months.
Correspondent banks don't like to expose themselves, so they de-risk countries, clients or classes of clients.
The challenge is not that LDI hasn't worked-the challenge is DB plan sponsors want to de-risk more, but they don't want to buy bonds at high prices," he says.
The growing burden of international regulation is causing many banks to de-risk - i.
An external de-risk occurs when an entity other than the plan becomes the bearer of the risk associated with providing retirement income to the beneficiary.
Penney announces measures to further de-risk pension plan
When definitive documentation is signed, it will include details of the commercial terms that reflect Cabo Verde Capital's business practices, which are built on a platform of de-risk and exit strategy in their projects through lease agreements.
If the ability to de-risk is there, that is something that encourages people to keep plans, and that's a good thing," she said.
Policymakers, regional governments and investors are grappling with methods to de-risk investment in new business models.