Risk management occurs when a fund manager attempts to quantify the potential losses in an investment that comes from uncertainty in financial markets, project failures legal liabilities, credit risk, accidents, and then takes the appropriate action to give their investment objectives and risk tolerance. The strategies to manage risk typically include transferring the risk to another party, avoiding the risk, or reducing the negative effect or probability of the risk. Furthermore, risk can be measured and scaled by the well-known Volatility representing by Standard deviation and Beta representing by statistic slope. Particularly, the volatility is an item of risk measurement so there are an absolute risk and relative risk. Examples of absolute risk objectives are a specified level of standard deviation or variance of total return. Fund manager uses various tools (see hedging means for investments) to manage the risk of a company or an investment. Consulting Bureau for Studies and Financial Analyzing covers your investments with appropriate strategies and sets the suitable plan for each risk exposure.