A period of no economic growth or low economic growth and high unemployment.
The price at which a bond may be redeemed at maturity date.
These risks may arise through negative public opinion of the company due to lack of competency in managing company systems efficiently.
Return On Assets:
Net earnings of a company divided by its assets.
Return on Coupon:
The distributed profits (coupon) of every share divided by the share market price.
Return On Equity:
Net earnings of the company divided by its assets.
Right to Vote:
The right of common stockholders to vote on the company's policies and decisions at the Annual General Assembly Meeting. The voting power of a stockholder is proportionate to the number of shares owned.
Procedures followed by organizations on a regular basis in order to mitigate the risks associated with their activities. The main aim of applying these procedures is to take advantage of opportunities and avoid threats. Risk Management is one of the parts of Corporate Governance practices such as disclosure, transparency, accountability and reliability. Therefore, it is a basic component of strategic management in any effective corporation as well as being part of its culture and activities.
Set of complex potential events or results. Occurrence of any risk might produce threats to success (negative side) or opportunities (positive side) except health and safety risks which has are associated only with a negative side.