UK to set up information clearing house for disaster recovery

WORLD TRADE CENTER AFTERMATH

LONDON -- The Bank of England plans to launch in the near future a prototype ‘information clearing house’ on disaster recovery for financial firms, a senior official of the UK’s central bank said in late January.

The move was prompted by lessons learned from the September 11 attacks on New York’s financial district. The prototype will probably be based on a website, Bank of England executive director Alastair Clark told a London conference on contingency planning and disaster recovery in the

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