While new requirements are clearly aimed at the securities industry's member firms, their impact is already being felt in other areas.
Recent approval by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) of new business continuity and contingency plan rules has pushed select companies into a full state of preparedness. But let's face it, developing and reviewing plans to mitigate financial and operational risk during projected business disruption scenarios is akin to gazing into a crystal ball. You never can anticipate precisely when, what or how it will happen.
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