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at risk

adverb at peril, capable of loss, involved, pooentially liable
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When you start to have penetrations into a network that change your information or data, it can lead to an unraveling of that trusted relationship with your customers and your peers, and it puts the whole enterprise at risk.
However, it is important that supervisors recognize that bank shareholders must earn a competitive rate of return on the capital they place at risk and that unnecessarily high capital requirements will impede the functioning of the banking system.
A research section includes downloadable papers on value at risk, risk visualization and accuracy vs.
Jefferson Wells Survey shows more than one-third of businesses at risk