Preparing for the worst-case scenario

FROM terrorists and pandemics to nuclear-armed dictators and hurricanes, business continuity managers really do have all the worries in the world. Thankfully, they're more likely to be found preparing for hypothetical crises than combating real ones, but yesterday's hypothesis could easily be tomorrow's headline – and that's the challenge that has kept Tony Ludlow, European business continuity head for Marsh & McLennan Companies (MMC) in the profession for the past 11 years.

"Each day could

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