Operational resilience for financial services moves up the agenda as regulators demand accountability for preventing and dealing with disruptions to their services.
Operational resilience for financial services has moved up the agenda as regulators have made greater demands on companies to take accountability for preventing and dealing with disruptions to their services.
In the past, operational resilience was often defined as preventing disruption across a fairly narrow set of risk areas. Now it is as much about response and recovery and making sure a company’s most important businesses continue to function.
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