JP Morgan expands BCP plans

Business continuity

HONG KONG – JP Morgan has rented new disaster recovery space in Hong Kong, according to an official from the firm. The bank is taking about 75 dedicated seats – around 20 of which will have trading facilities – in a centre run by Hong Kong business continuity service provider COL. The site is based in Kowloon, a district of the special administrative region of Hong Kong.

Previously, the bank relied on space in its own office in Shatin, in Hong Kong’s New Territories. “However, 9/11 showed this

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