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Business Continuity

Business continuity management is changing. The swine flu threat is already being taken far more seriously than previous pandemic scares. It has reversed the temptation for businesses to cut spending, while the wider economic crisis is providing more lessons for business continuity planning (BCP). The interconnectivity between banks uncovered during the financial crisis led to unforeseen exposure between financial counterparties. A similar trend can be identified in BCP. Firms are broadening

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