OPERATING RISK Definition

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OPERATING RISK is the inherent or fundamental risk of a firm; without regard to financial risk. It is the risk that is created by operating leverage. Sometimes called business risk.

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LEVERAGE HYPOTHESIS is the theory that managers have incentive to avoid technical default of loan covenants because it could result in increases in the firm's cost of capital.

ESCROW ACCOUNT see TRUST ACCOUNT.

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