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Business continuity in today's interconnected and global world has become a concern that extends far beyond IT and permeates every aspect of an organisation in all business sectors, none more so than the financial services industry. Increased regulation, such as Basel II and Sarbanes-Oxley, and the continual threat of terrorist attacks have kept business continuity planning (BCP) programmes at the top of the agenda for financial services firms.

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