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# Exam 1 study guide FIN 3101 - 006

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Howard Keen (P)
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Topic 1 Risk  Uncertain outcome  Possibility of loss Uncertainty- about type and /or timing of outcome All losses in financial terms  Losses to individuals and organizations Ways to manage risk:  Loss mitigation (mitigate = lessen); loss control (train employees)  Avoid loss situation if possible  Budget for the loss Probability of Loss  Measurable  Between 0 and 1  Probability of 0% is impossible event; No risk  Probability of 100% is a certain event; No risk I. Risk Classifications  Pure vs. Speculative (both involve uncertainty) Pure Risk  Loss  No Loss  No chance of a gain EX:  Natural disasters  Illness, Injury.  Death  Focus of Traditional Risk Management (TRM) Speculative Risk  Chance of a loss or a gain  Loss  No loss/gain  Gain EX:  Gambling  Investments  Buying an apartment  Focus of Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) Major types of Pure Risk  Personal  Property  Liability 1. Personal  Human capital - Ability to make income - Subject to “life and health” exposures to loss What can happen? - Loss of income - Medical expenses - Unemployment/Retirement 2. Property  Ownership of physical or other assets - Damage/theft - Direct losses: cost of replacement or repair - Indirect losses: loss of income, extra expenses- business interruption losses 3. Liability - Legal liability based on tort or negligence - Financial consequences o Legal fees o Judgment o Reputation loss EX: GM faulty ignition switch; NFL head injuries II. Static vs. Dynamic Risk a. Static - Does not change significantly over time - Always present EX: Fire, Flood, Death, Theft  Traditional Risk Management b. Dynamic - Arise from economic or regulatory changes - New/emerging risks EX: Hover boards, Terrorism, Affordable care act, Cyber-attacks, Global warming Increase risk with dynamic in a global economy III. Subjective vs. Objective a. Subjective - Based on opinion/ attitude, not fact - May be very different than actual - Varies by person/organizations - Attitudes towards risk of key decision makers impacts risk management decision-making o Risk adverse o Risk lover o Risk neutral b. Objective - Measurable by relative variation of actual losses from expected losses - Greater variability means greater risk - AL = Actual losses that occur in a time period - EL = Expected losses (planned, average, anticipated) - Risk present if possible for AL to deviate from EL o AL less than EL  Good o Al greater than EL  Bad o Al = EL  Neutral - Objective risk measure (AL – EL)/ EL IV. Diversifiable vs. Non-Diversifiable a. Diversifiable - Affects only individuals or small groups and not entire economy - Can be managed through diversification EX: Dwelling fires- different locations b. Non-Diversifiable - Affects the entire economy or large number of individuals within the economy o Correlated o Cannot be reduced through diversification o May need government assistance EX: Natural disasters, Recession, high interest rates Systemic Risk - Potential for collapse of entire financial system Insurable risks are generally: o Pure o Objective o Diversifiable Factors affecting risk 1) Peril - Immediate cause of the loss - Rando event that causes losses to occur - Common perils causing loss to property: o Fire o Flood o Theft o Collision - Common perils causing personal loss: o Unemployment o Death 2) Frequency of loss - Number of losses in a given time period What is the likelihood of a loss? o Low frequency losses = low probability o High frequency losses = high probability 3) Severity of loss - Given a loss has occurred, how bad is it in \$ - Property easier to estimate than liability 4) Hazards - A condition that lies behind the occurrence of a loss and serves to: o Raise frequency of loss o Raise severity of loss, or: o Raise both frequency and severity EX: Icy roads increase the chance of an auto accident - Ice is hazard, accident (Collison) is peril Classifications of Hazards 1. Physical hazards - Location o If peril is flood, then property located in a flood zone is a physical hazard - Construction o If peril is fire, faulty wiring is a physical hazard o If peril is fire, wood/frame is a physical hazard 2. Moral hazard - Moral hazard exists when the presence of insurance changes the behavior of the insured so as to increase the frequency of severity of loss EX: Building owner burns building, collects property insurance - Raise frequency Person claims to have had golf clubs in trunk of stolen car, collects insurance - Raise severity (trying to claim more than what was actually stolen) Two common threads - The presence of an insurance contract - Change in behavior (people act differently with insurance than without it) Topic 2 The risk management process Six steps: 1. Identify Loss Exposure  most crucial step  Failure to properly identify can lead to bankruptcy 2. Measure and Analyze Loss Exposure Measure:  Frequency/Probability of loss  Severity -Involves looking at past information and making projections about the future EX, easy for large firms to predict:  Workers compensation losses  Health Insurance losses EX, harder to predict:  More rare events: Natural disasters 3. Examine feasibility of RM techniques a) Risk control options -Decrease frequency  Training programs, safety measures -Decrease severity  Rehabilitation programs for injured workers b) Risk financing options  Insurance  Self-insurance/ budget for losses 4. Select the appropriate RM options -Select one or more -Decision rule to choose among the various options -Financial considerations- choose those with greatest effect on organization’s value -Subjective Risk (non-financial)  Attitudes toward risk of key decision makers are important  Peace of mind 5. Implement the chosen option EX:  Begin the safety program  Purchase insurance  Set up self-insured pool 6. Periodically Re-evaluate the chosen strategies -Is the safety program working? -Cost-benefit analysis -Does the loss exposure still exist in the same form? -Is insurance still the best option? Continuous cycle/Process Insurance Markets Underwriting cycle:  Soft Market o Easy underwriting- readily available insurance o Low premiums  Hard Market o Tight underwriting o High premiums RM program goals (text pp. 2.18-2.24)  Pre-loss goals  Post-loss goals Elements of a Loss Exposure Loss exposure: Situations or conditions present possibility of loss  Faced by individuals and organizations Three Elements: 1. A particular thing of value (asset) exposed to loss EX: Property; Human capital 2. As a result of a particular peril (cause of loss) 3. Possibility of a financial loss EX:  Property loss exposure faced by a firm  Assets- Property: building, furniture, contents…  Perils- fire, flood, theft  Financial loss- value of property damaged Identifying loss exposures- Step 1 in RM process 1. Share information with other firms in the same industry  RIMS-Risk and Insurance Management Society 2. One-site inspection/Walk arounds 3. Surveys/Questionnaires 4. Ask managers and employers 5. Contract analysis/Document analysis  Leases  Hold harmless agreements  Policy and procedures manual 6. Look at past information  Cannot be used to identify all types of loss exposures EX: low frequency; new/emerging loss exposures-dynamic risks 7. Financial statement approach  Balance sheet: assets and liabilities  Income statement  Budgets  Mergers and acquisitions 8. Flow chart approach Topic 3 Traditional and Enterprise Management TRM Loss Exposures: ERM Loss Exposures: - Property Loss Exposure - Hazard Risk - Liability Loss Exposure - Operational Risk - Net Income Loss Exposure - Financial Risk - Personnel Exposure - Strategic Risk - Personal Loss Exposure Property Loss Exposures -Legal “interest” in property “Interest”- Financial stake in property (If there is a loss to the property, you also suffer a loss) Some Sources of Legal Interest in Property 1. Ownership Interest  Present ownership interest (most common type)  Future ownership interest 2. Secured Creditors - Borrow money from the bank to buy a house  Bank is the secured creditor o It holds the title to the house o Has legal interest in the property o Bank insists that the buyer get insurance -There are two parties to a contract:  The insurer  The named insured 3. Lease Agreements  “Use interest”: Use the property for a specified purpose o Right to continued use - Usually have an obligation to return property without damage - May have a leasehold interest on the property EX: Renting property: 10 year lease at \$10,000/month - 4 years into the lease a fire destroys the building - Current fair market value (FMV) is \$12,000/month - Tenant has a leasehold interest if the FMV is greater than the rent (2,000/month for 6 years = 24,000 x 6= \$144,000) - Leasehold interest coverage pays for the difference between old rent and new rent If FMV is less than rent, no leasehold interest 4. Bailee Interest  Bailee- Someone who has temporary possession of a property that belongs to another  Bailor- Owner of the property Contract of Bailment - Involves delivery of property to Bailee for a specific reason - And will be returned to Bailor EX: Car repair; Valet; Dry Cleaning What about losses to the property while in possession of the Bailee?  The Bailee can often limit their liability  Bailee is often limited to repairing/replacing the cost of the property 5. Buyers and Sellers - If there is a loss to goods in transit, who is financially responsible?  That depends on the terms of the shipping agreement  Freight on Board (FOB) point –Indicates the point at which financial responsibility shifts from seller to buyer EX: If the contract says: Who is financially responsible? - FOB Denver - Seattle (Buyer destination) - FOB Seattle -Denver Liability Loss Exposure - Possibility of a claim alleging legal liability for injury or damage suffered by another EX: Defective products; Property; Company vehicles; Premises and general liability Financial consequences of loss  Legal fees (even if no settlement or damages are paid)  Court costs  Damages to plaintiffs  Settlement costs if claim is settled out of court Net Income Loss Exposure - Business Interruption losses  Net Income = Revenue – Expenses Two stage process: st 1 stage: A firm suffers a loss of some land (primary or direct loss- property, liability, or personnel loss) nd 2 stage: As result of a primary loss, also suffers a loss in net income (indirect loss) - Decrease in Net Income arises from:  Decrease in Revenue  Increase in Expenses  Both a decrease in Revenue and increase in Expenses - Net Income losses are ALWAYS the result of another loss occurring first  Usually from a property loss  May also be from a liability or personnel loss Events causing Net Income losses 1. Loss to property you own EX: Fire completely destroys building (property loss exposure – value: repair or replacement cost of building) May also have:  Loss of presence in the marketplace  Loss of client records o Both lead to decrease in revenue, which decreases Net Income - May have to rent another place  Leads to increased expenses, which decrease Net Income 2. Loss to property owned by others - Contingent net income EX: Loss to key supplier  Shutdown in your operations  Go into marketplace, buy from another supplier at a higher price 3. Loss to property owned by others J&J- Tylenol liability issue  Product liability issue  Liability loss exposure  Value the liability loss  Legal fees  Judgement/payments to families 4. Personnel Loss Exposure - A firm has a key employee (key decision maker, key salesperson) - The key employee suffers a personal loss EX: Death; Illness/Injury  Loss of income  Medical expenses o Borne by key employee and/or their family - The firm suffers a personnel loss - The firm may also have a Net Income loss -Increased Expenses  Cost of replacement  Training costs  Search costs -Decrease Expenses  Sales down; may lose customers  Decisions not made, or not making good decisions - Each leads to decreased Net Income - Are personnel loss exposures a “special case” of Net Income loss exposures? -Yes TRM V. ERM - TRM- Losses/risks are evaluated in a silo or isolated approach - Has four types of loss Exposure - Risks – Pure - Most risks are insurable Every firm faces: Who manages these risks?  Hazard risks -Risk Management  Personnel risks -Human Resources  Operational risks -Business units, COO  Financial risks -CFO, Treasurer  Strategic risks -CEO, Board - ERM- Looks at all risk in a firm; may have a chief risk officer (CRO) C-suite: CEO, CFO, COO, CRO  Pure and speculative risk  Uses integrated approach to managing risk  Breaks down the silos  First manages risks that threaten long run viability of an organization  Combination should decrease risk Types of Risk under ERM - Hazard - Operational - Financial - Strategic Focus on: - Source of risk - Who has traditionally managed it - Pure or Speculative? - Diversifiable or Non-Diversifiable? Hazard Risks - Arise from property, liability or personnel loss exposures  Pure  Most are diversifiable  Most can be handled with insurance  Small part of risk portfolio Operational Risks - Risks that arise from business operations  Failure in processes, systems or controls EX: - Manufacturing products:  Product recall  Supply chain issues - Customer service issues - Employment practices  Turnover  Discrimination  Workplace violence - Most are Pure Risks - Most are Diversifiable Financial Risks - Normally Speculative Risks - Traditionally handled by CFO function - Arise from effect of market forces on financial assets or liabilities  Interest rates  Exchange rates  Market risk  Liquidity risk - Sometimes managed by financial tools such as:  Futures, options, hedging Strategic Risks - Risks regarding a firm’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats (SWOT analysis) - Arise from trends in economy and society - Industry and market change May also arise from: - Adverse management decisions  Ethics  Union Relations  Intellectual property  Media coverage  Product design - Speculative - Most are Diversifiable Risk Maps - Compares all risks an organization faces - Helps identify risks that need to be managed first - Helps break down departmentalization (silos) of risks under TRM

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