Systemic Risk Basic Definitions

We briefly present below a list of elementary notions of the systemic risk (please feel free to contact us us to provide us with some complementary information).

    Systemic Risk Elementary Notions

  • Systemic Risk

    Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    In finance, systemic risk is the risk of collapse of an entire financial system or entire market, as opposed to risk associated with ...

  • Systemic Risk


    The possibility that an event at the company level could trigger severe instability or collapse an entire industry or economy ...

  • Systemic Risk

    Financial Times Lexicon

    The risk of an adverse change in the financial system as a whole, which would affect all ...

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    Merriam-Webster, an Encyclopedia Britannica Company

    The risk that the failure of one financial institution (as a bank) could cause other interconnected institutions to fail and harm ...

  • Systemic Risk

    Moneyterms, investment and finance explained

    Systemic risk is risk that is posed to the financial system or the economy, as opposed to risk that is faced by an ...

  • Systemic Risk


    General: Probability of loss or failure common to all members of a class or group or to an entire system. Erroneously ...