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n.1.The quality or capacity of being diversifiable.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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VALUATION 7, 12 (2009) (noting the diversifiability of unsystematic risk).
With respect to the transferability of credits, loans cannot be distinguished along the lines of diversifiability of risk on the basis of an exclusive distinction of either interest rate risk exposure or idiosyncratic credit risk respectively.
The new governance structure Professors Yakov Amihud, Kenneth Garbade, and Marcel Kahan propose is designed to overcome the collective action and bonding problems while retaining the easy diversifiability and liquidity associated with public bonds.
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