When confronted with unexpected business disruptions, investment firms must react swiftly, methodically and successfully or else risk significant financial loss. This level of response requires extensive business continuity planning to ensure all aspects of a firm’s business are evaluated and protected. A Business Continuity Plan (BCP) is the process whereby financial institutions ensure the maintenance or recovery of operations, including services to customers, when confronted with adverse events such as natural disasters, technological failures, human error, or terrorism.
The Effective Business Continuity Planning and Management Approaches training is designed to help business managers develop and implement powerful Business Continuity Management Plans.
Who should attend?
Board members, senior managers and Heads of department..
- Mitigating threats faced by organization
- Crisis management by developing a robust Incident Management Plan.
- Creating Crisis Management Structures.
- Risk Register that captures both primary and by-product risks
- Course content
- Business Continuity Management Plan
- Value of BCM Plans
- Business Continuity Goals
- Risk Evaluations
- Understanding Risk
- Immediate Response and Impact Levels
- Risk Management
- Structuring BCM Plans
- Resourcing of BCM Plans
- Developing and Implementing the BCM Plan
- Elements of the BCM Plans
- Communications Plan
- Organizational Interface Plans
- Resource and Procurement Management Plans
- Project Initiation Plans
- Business Recovery Plans
- Incident Management Plan
- Principles of Management
- Management Sequence
- Management Stages
- Macro and Micro Crises
- Management Plan
- Design and Implementation
- Structuring Incident Management Plan
- Policies and Instructions
- Communications and Tactical Resource Plan
- Crisis Response Guidelines
- Incident Response Guidelines
- Inter-organizational Management
- Crisis Leadership
- Education and Training
- Crisis Management Structures
- Crisis Response Team Structure
- Incident Management Structures
- Scope of Risk
- Scope of Risk Principles
- Man-Made Risks
- Natural Risks