transaction risk

transaction risk
One of nine risks defined by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency. The risk to earnings or capital arising from problems with service or product delivery. The Federal Reserve and most banks refer to this risk as operations or operational risk. American Banker Glossary
The risk of changes in the home currency value of a specific future foreign currency cash flow. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary

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