Deﬁned contribution plans involve very little risk for employers.
A combination of negative equity returns and declining interest rates is a nightmare for all managers of deﬁned beneﬁt plans.
Sometimes, the extreme market moves are measured in standard deviations, as was the case for our exchange rate example.
An analyst could then search to find what multiplier must be applied to the changes observed in the past for a particular loss level to be reached.
A bank should enhance its stress-testing approaches for its highly leveraged counterparties.
Financial institutions should ensure that their capital will be in good shape not just for the specified scenarios, but also for other similar or related scenarios.
Unfortunately human beings are not good at estimating a probability for the occurrence of a rare event.
-- Risk Management and Financial Institutions, 3rd Ed. written by John Hull.
Does "for" in these examples fit the 3rd definition (concerning someone or something) in the OALD?
And are these "for + nouns" adverbial or attributive?
Please help walk me through them.