Business continuity relies on adaptabilty amid civil unrest

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Between rapidly spreading civil unrest in the Middle East and gloomy predictions of food shortages and natural disasters from the World Economic Forum in Davos, one could be forgiven for thinking the end is nigh. What chance, then, do our humble financial institutions have against such a tide of doom?

Business continuity managers in the UK have recently been tasked by the Financial Services Authority (FSA) to perform reverse stress tests with similar thoughts in mind. In December 2010, the

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