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Graduate education The level of prestige of an institution or residency program. See High-power institution, Residency.
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In assessing a company's cost of capital, analysts rely on its past share price volatility compared to the market (a co-efficient known as Beta), rather than a forward-looking assessment of risks, including reputational risks.
Leo Varadkar said yesterday Ms Bailey's proceedings may have caused the party "reputational damage".
To understand how social media fuels reputational risk, we simply need to survey how the world has changed during the past few years.
Specialist Lloyd's insurer Beazley is partnering with other Lloyd's insurers to offer reputational risk coverage targeted towards C-suite exposures.
"I am concerned about the reputational damage the ongoing commentary about the increased cost of the hospital is having on this critically important project and so I have decided to step down from my role to help ensure that focus is restored on delivering the project."
"The only safeguard proposed for reputational risk is the push for global standardisation of Sharia and accounting practices," warned Shaikh Ebrahim.
Fitch also believes that the parent's propensity to support BBI, if needed, is underpinned by potentially huge reputational implications for BB plc from a default of BBI given the entities' common branding and business relationships, and the parent's funding structure.
ePLDT's end-to-end Cyber Security solutions cover framework, intelligence, technology and expertise to protect businesses from evolving threats, malicious software attacks, possible data loss and reputational risks.
That same year, YouTube took a reputational hit after so-called hate videos posted on the site cost the company hundreds of millions of dollars and forced some of its content creators out of business.
The master class will look specifically at how employees, at all levels, can impact on reputation either directly or indirectly and which measures HR can provide to identify, analyse, manage and prevent reputational damage.
In the world of corporate governance, a string of recent corporate scandals has highlighted the criticality of effective risk management and the potential financial and reputational harm that can result from inappropriate actions or ineffective oversight (see Figure 1).