Cash flow at risk

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(CFaR, or CFAR).

A value at risk measure which identifies the worst-case result for an organisation in cash flow terms, which the organisation can be confident of not doing worse than, at the given level of confidence and assuming the modelling assumptions are valid for the entire forecast period.

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