FSA makes BCP a 2005 priority

Business Continuity

"The external environment requires us to work intensively on preparing for the possibility of major disruption to the financial system, caused by either system failure or physical attack," says the business plan. "We will continue to work closely with the Bank of England, the Treasury and the major market infrastructure providers and participants to help us prepare to handle the consequences of any major disruption to the financial system." According to the regulator’s Financial Sector Outlook

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