Stepping into the limelime

Financial Services Authority (FSA) regulations have placed an emphasis on each and every one of the 25,000 or so financial services institutions and companies it regulates to have effective business continuity (BC) plans in place. Keeping a business going in the event of an unforeseen incident can mean the difference between staying afloat and going under.

Whether a company is hit by an IT failure or the loss of key staff members, it has to have the capacity to carry on in the wake of an

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