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Centre for Central Banking Studies, Bank of England

October 15-18, 2012
Business continuity management - Centre for Central Banking Studies
London, United Kingdom
Central banks are key participants in the economies and financial sectors of their countries. A central bank inevitably plays a significant role in the response to a major operational disruption affecting the financial sector. Pro-active business continuity management (BCM) is therefore essential to ensure that the central bank can fulfil its responsibilities. The objective of this workshop is to give participants the opportunity to discuss the key business continuity issues facing their central banks, review their own bank??s business continuity strategy and programme, and identify ways in which improvements could be made. The following themes are likely to be covered: - identifying and assessing the key business continuity issues facing central banks; - establishing a business continuity strategy, including the central bank??s own arrangements, to ensure appropriate resilience and continuity of its own business; - implementing, developing and embedding BCM in the central bank; - setting a testing strategy and delivering a testing programme, including crisis management exercising; - analysing the role of all authorities involved in BCM; - interacting with the financial sector on business continuity and resilience; and - planning for effective co-ordinated crisis management, including a crisis communications strategy. [gem?_?? den Informationen des Anbieters - according to site editor's information] The website is no longer available. [Redaktion EconBiz - editors EconBiz]
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