Sep
25

In violation of Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) regulations, thousands (15%) of financial services companies don’t have a business continuity plan in place. This is despite strict FCA demands that financial services companies are able to maintain core systems if the worst should happen. Here are 10 essential areas to address when you’re writing - or simply refreshing - your business continuity plan.

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