Types de risques - expositions aux risques - Partie 1
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Types de risques - expositions aux risques - Partie 1

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    Yume lyonga S.
    CM
    Yume lyonga S.

    speculative risk increase or dicrease of a businesor capital of a company,pure risk damage of a houseby fire or water flood.

    Yume lyonga S.
    CM
    Yume lyonga S.

    pure risk and speculative risk

    NIRAVSINH S.
    CA
    NIRAVSINH S.

    Risk are unavoidable in certain circumstances and uncontrollable as well such as natural catastrophes. Others are supposed to be checked for possibility of avoiding and if not then efforts for mitigating the impacts of risk or losses due to the risk

    Jennifer M.
    BZ
    Jennifer M.

    Name the categories of risks? - Pure risk and speculative risk. Provide examples of risk categories. - Pure risk: operational risk, environmental risk, physical risk, liability risk - Speculative risk: accounting risk, credit risks, market risk, brand risk, political risk How would you classify the risks embedded in the financial crisis of 2008 with each of cross-classification? - The risks embedded were both speculative and pure because they were man-made disaster (mortgage) How does e-risk fit into the categories of risk? - Speculative risk

    Carlos Andrés M.
    CO
    Carlos Andrés M.

    Direct loss: Example collisioned car, to pay for repairing it. Indirect loss: the owner need to use it to go to work place. property exposure loss: its to mix direct and indirect in a same case.

    Carlos Andrés M.
    CO
    Carlos Andrés M.

    the main risk categories are; pure risk and speculative risk.

    Carlos Andrés M.
    CO
    Carlos Andrés M.

    when you have a pure risk you don't have chance to gain something, you are exposed to loss. like a catastrophe situation presented commonly by a natural risk. in the other case as a speculative risk you have a chance to gain like a investment in a economy, finnancial or comercial project.

    Carlos Andrés M.
    CO
    Carlos Andrés M.

    i think the e-risk is in the speculative risk because you have a light to gain some money.

    Zuma P.
    JE
    Zuma P.

    1/2-There are two main categories of Risk;Pure and speculative Risk,pure risk is when there is no gain in it.example of pure risk is liability risk exposure, premise liability and employment practice liability while speculative risk is when there is a chance to gain or loss, politicians takes speculative risk for the of gain or wining their leadership or fail.the examples of speculative risk are risk natural, market risk and political risk.3-The crises of 2008 fall under pure risk simply because there was no risk management system which had been formed and there no gain but only loss. 4- sorry, I didn't know abut e-risk you are talking about in question number 4.

    Jesus K.
    CI
    Jesus K.

    1. The main categories of risk are pure risks and speculative risks. 2. Examples: Pure risks: Damage to my home due to fire; Speculative risk: increase or decrease in my investment portofolio value to change of prices in the stock market. 3. The risks embedded in the financial crisis of 2008 were speculative. As we are in the field of investment and financial markets, we are aware that gain is not guaranted and loss my happen. 4. e- risk are essentially speculative risk.

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