Operational Resilience in Financial Institutions

Edited by Lyndon Bird

Discipline:  Regulation, Insurance

First published:

ISBN: 9781782720966

Operational Resilience in Financial Institutions provides a usable framework for business continuity management (BCM) in financial institutions, examining the key areas that enable companies to be resilient in the face of both predictable and unpredictable adverse events.

The book gives a host of extremely experienced practitioners the opportunity to explore the challenges of achieving business resilience through the use of business continuity principles and practices. The authors are all directly from leading financial institutions or are consultants with wide experience of BCM in the financial sector. The book is divided into four parts, each with an individual focus:

1.    Anticipating Problems
2.    Preventing and Mitigating Operational Risk
3.    Dealing with Unpredictable Events
4.    Measuring Value

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