TCOR

AcronymDefinition
TCORThe Chronicles of Riddick (movie)
TCORTotal Cost of Risk
TCORTwin City Off Road (Minnesota 4x4 club)
TCORToronto and Central Ontario Region (Canadian Hemophilia Society; Montreal, Quebec, Canada)
TCORTyphoon Condition of Readiness
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Liability costs, the largest component of TCOR, increased by nearly two percent, while total property costs, the second largest component, was up five percent.
TCOR is absolutely the right owner to take the asset to the next level and drive profitability with their detailed asset management approach and extensive knowledge of the Embassy Suites brand," Bradley Burwell, senior vice president of CBRE Hotels, said in a statement on the transaction.
TCOR said the hotel was acquired in an off-market transaction at an attractive basis.
In comparison, the TCOR increase seen in 2011 was only 1.7 percent over the prior year.
TCOR Hotel Partners (TCOR) acquires select-service hotels that stand to benefit from a value-add strategy through management and/or revenue enhancing capital improvements.
Tremendous insured losses from natural catastrophes in 2011 took a toll on pricing across all insurance businesses, according to the newly released Risk and Insurance Management Society (RIMS) Benchmark Survey measuring Total Cost of Risk (TCOR) and its impact on 10 industry groups.
Tremendous insured losses from natural catastrophes in 2011 took a toll on pricing across all insurance businesses, found the newly released Risk and Insurance Management Society (RIMS) Benchmark Survey measuring Total Cost of Risk (TCOR) and its impact on 10 industry groups.
"During Rich's tenure with The ALS Group, he was involved with many large, complex projects, including helping to structure a large association professional liability program, numerous risk management policy coverage modifications, and insightful guidance to client on their claims and safety programs, which led to clients realizing a lower Total Cost of Risk (TCoR)."
According to the 2010 RIMS Benchmark Survey, conducted by Advisen, with premiums down 3.7%, the total cost of risk (TCOR) per $1,000 in revenue dropped an average of 3.1% in 2009.
"What we're able to accomplish with ReSource Pro gives us a leg up on competition," said TCOR Insurance Management Managing Partner Rick Dudney.
Once the exclusive jurisdiction of actuaries and financial quants, phrases such "total cost of risk" (TCOR), "value at risk" (VAR), "tail VAR," "return on risk-adjusted capital" (RORAC) and "risk adjusted return on capital" (RAROC) have become commonplace in risk-related decision frameworks.