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  • He has been trying to teach managers to focus on a concept he calls "risk-adjusted profitability" and often asks them how they assess risk.

    AIG's Man in the 'Risk' Trenches

  • But it does mean the broker can't choose to ignore factors-like fund costs or long-term risk-adjusted performance record or the quality of the match between the fund's investment strategy and your investment needs-in favor of her own economic interests.

    Forbes.com: News

  • Wall Street firms typically pay bonuses at year-end based on the profits and risk-adjusted revenue an employee generates during the previous year.

    Higher Bonuses for Wall Street

  • The USA TODAY All-Star Mutual Fund Team is based on consistent performance, experienced management and risk-adjusted returns.

    Finding the All-Stars: How we whittle down the funds

  • It is the risk-adjusted carry that matters in currencies, rather than the straight interest rate differential, and volume is the bigger influence right now, said Emma Lawson , senior currency strategist at National Australia Bank .

    Currencies Stabilize in Asia

  • Och-Ziff, which aims to provide consistent, risk-adjusted returns, saw four major funds decline between 3.62% and 5.25% in the third quarter amid wild market swings in the summer months.

    Och-Ziff: Taxes Weighed on Earnings

  • You can't beat that price yourself, and you won't beat the returns either, on a risk-adjusted basis.

    Resisting Efficient Markets, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Bernard is right to point out that index funds, net of fees and expenses, consistently outperform actively managed portfolios on a risk-adjusted basis, making them preferable to managed plans that charge a wrap fee of 1.5% or more.

    Social Security Privatization, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Common equity, the purest form of Tier 1 capital, will need to be 4.5% of risk-adjusted assets, compared with 2% under the current rules.

    EU Proposes Bank-Capital Rule Changes

  • Banks whose capital buffers would fall short of 5% of their risk-adjusted assets under the test will be required by year end raise new funds by selling stock or shedding business lines or assets.

    Few Banks Fail EU Exams

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