Putting the wind up Wall St

Business Continuity

But with hurricane season in full swing, Wall Street firms, especially those with offices in Florida and other affected areas, have been reminded that natural disasters have the potential to be as devastating as man-made ones.

For Theresa Enright, senior business continuity co-ordinator with Chicago-based Mesirow Financial Holdings, the immediate advantage of a natural disaster "is that you have forewarning with a storm. You don’t necessarily have that with a terrorist attack. It would be key

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