Another option that UGG has to manage their risk is to purchase an insurance contract for grain In the absence of just cause, an employer remains free to dismiss an employee at any time provided that reasonable notice of the termination is given.
How could the parties structure an insurance contract to cover the grain volume exposure? Table 1 provides data on grain shipments and deliveries for the industry and for UGG from through Moreover, the importance of supplier and customer relationships was likely to increase in the coming years as the marketplace for agricultural products adjusted to scientific advances.
To illustrate the results, consider the first row of Table 5. By purchasing, you agree to our terms of service. Keays at the SCC: In a letter issued after termination, UGG claimed that "the main reason for his termination was his inability to perform his duties satisfactorily.
It was founded in as a farmer-owned coop- erative, and became a publicly traded company on the Toronto and Winnipeg stock ex- changes in Their graph is reproduced as Figure 6. Business Segments UGG is comprised of four main business segments: How did they determine that weather risk was UGGs main source of unmanaged risk?
Ignoring cost differences, are there any advantages of the insurance contract approach versus the use of weather derivatives? Is it safe to pay?
Understanding these risks was crucial because the company was in the midst of a major modernization and diversification initiative. There are also several potential disadvantages of bundling coverages.
The main issue facing UGG is whether to retain their grain volume exposure, hedge the exposure with weather derivatives, or insure it using an innovative insurance contract. The UGG case can be used to facilitate discussion of the following concepts, tools, and issues: Consequently, moral hazard problems could arise.
Although UGG is a public company, it retains some of its farmer cooperative roots. In discussing whether they would need a separate contract for each crop and province, consider basis risk and also transaction costs.
First, this solution seems to me more consistent with the nature of the action for wrongful dismissal.This Case is about Finance.
Publication Date: 01/22/ United Grain Growers Limited is a grain management and marketing company with lift storage capacity in Ontario, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Alberta and British Columbia.
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UNITED GRAIN GROWERS: ENTERPRISE RISK MANAGEMENT AND WEATHER RISK TEACHING NOTE FOR UNITED GRAIN GROWERS (UGG) CASE INTRODUCTION This teaching note on the United Grain Growers’ case provides an overview of the case, suggested answers to the questions at the end of the case, and a brief summary of UGG’s decisions.
APPEAL and CROSS‑APPEAL from Wallace v. United Grain Growers Ltd. CanLII (8 September ), Court of Appeal (Manitoba, Canada), allowing the appeal and cross‑appeal from Wallace v. Background • United Grain Growers (UGG) is one of the Canada oldest grain distributors in Canada.
• The agriculture business was risky. Anything that affected the quantity of grain shipped had a material impact on the firm’s revenues, profits and cash flow. Background • United Grain Growers (UGG) is one of the Canada oldest grain distributors in Canada.
• The agriculture business was risky. Anything that affected the quantity of grain shipped had a material impact on .Download