Concentration risk

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1. Bank funding.

In bank funding, concentration risk arises when funding is sourced from too small a number of depositors, or an insufficiently diverse range of market instruments or sectors.

Also known as funding concentration risk.


Exposure to losses from holding too narrow a range of investment assets, particularly exposure to credit losses.

See also