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material risk

A significant potential for harm that a reasonable person would want to consider when making a decision about undergoing a medical or surgical treatment.
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Consequently, there have been many philosophical discussions in banks, about what the regulators mean by 'Material Risk Takers', 'claw-back provisions' and 'risk-adjusted bonus pools'.
The New Regulation entrusts the board of directors (through the remuneration committee) responsibility for oversight of remuneration systems for all Approved Persons and Material Risk Takers by:
The experts said remuneration of material risk takers has been intimately linked to performance of the bank.
Ultimately, it will be a judgment call as to whether a non-bank poses a material risk to the U.S.
indebtedness, and the path to addressing these is not clear to us, we have revised our outlook." Moreover: "We believe there is a material risk that U.S.
To help answer this question, Campden BRI has published new guidance on raw material risk assessment.
IBM's recent study of 1,900 global CFOs and senior finance leaders found that two out of three companies encountered material risk events within the past three years.
The SEC has expressed concern that more companies have not made positive assessments about risk, and may tighten the rules regarding the need to affirmatively state that there is no material risk in their compensation program.
The ICIEC covers political and material risk in trade among the member countries of the Organisation of Islamic Conference through provision of investment and export credit insurance services.
What constitutes a material risk is at the heart of the controversy surrounding the informed consent doctrine.
No material risk difference was observed among the various HRT-regimens.
The firm said it faces a "material risk" of insolvency without the fundraising move.

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