|Overview: Model Risk|
The potential for losses due to using a model to make decisions.
What is Model Risk?
John Spacey, updated on October 26, 2017
Model risk is the potential for losses due to using a model to make decisions. It is heavily related to the use of financial models to make investment decisions but can also be related to models used to make business decisions.
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