systemic risk

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Definition of systemic risk

  1. :  the risk that the failure of one financial institution (such as a bank) could cause other interconnected institutions to fail and harm the economy as a whole

1977

First Known Use of systemic risk

1977


Law Dictionary

systemic risk

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noun sys·tem·ic risk \sis-ˈte-mik-\

Legal Definition of systemic risk

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


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