completion risk


completion risk
The inherent risk in limited recourse financing of a project that the project will not be completed.

Accounting dictionary. 2014.

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  • Construction Risk — The construction phase risk, along with being highly risky requires large volumes of finance. A mixture of equity, subordinated debt, senior debt guarantees are used. The main risk is the completion risk; the project may not be completed on time… …   Wikipedia

  • supply risk — 1) The inherent risk in limited recourse financing of a construction project that the raw materials necessary for the operation of the plant to be constructed may become unavailable. Compare: completion risk, technological risk 2) The risk of… …   Accounting dictionary

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