Cost Of Risk (cor)

Definition of "Cost of risk (cor)"

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Bill Schmaling, Real Estate Agent RE/MAX Alliance

Quantitative measurement of the total costs (losses, risk control costs, risk financing costs, and administration costs) associated with the risk management function, as compared to a business's sales, assets, and number of employees. The purpose of such a comparison is to determine whether the total costs of the risk management function are increasing, decreasing, or remaining constant as a function of the business's economic activity. After the quantitative measurement has been derived, a comparison can be made between the COR of that business and the CORs of its peer groups. In addition, COR will allow the business to focus on the areas of operation that will have the greatest long-term effects on its total risk management function costs.


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