Loans and Risk Management: the Delicate Balance

Loans are one of the purest examples of risk management. The basic principle behind risk management in economics is: (Probability of achieving benefit x value of benefit) – (probability of achieving loss x cost of loss) Or in a more concise form: (P(B)xB)-(P(L)xL)

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