Sandy Highlights Bank's Disaster PlansNovember 02, 2012Many financial institutions were able to communicate with customers through various channels about branch and ATM closures, and temporarily waiving fees.
Banks Recovering From Sandy AftermathOctober 31, 2012Major U.S. banks said on Wednesday they
had reopened more than half of the branches that were closed as
Hurricane Sandy battered the U.S. East Coast earlier this week.
U.S. Stock Markets Consider Opening on WednesdayOctober 30, 2012U.S. stock exchanges are looking at opening on Wednesday after monster storm Sandy receded from New York, sources said, and the New York Stock Exchange is testing a
new plan to help resume trading.
Sandy Shuts Down Wall StreetOctober 29, 2012Hurricane Sandy, the monster
storm bearing down on the U.S. East Coast, strengthened on
Monday after hundreds of thousands moved to higher ground,
public transport shut down and the U.S. stock market suffered
its first weather-related closure in 27 years.<
Some Things Are More Important Than MoneyFebruary 26, 2006Like many financial institutions, technology vendors, suppliers and service firms still are recovering from the devastating effects of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita.
Planning for ContinuityFebruary 26, 2006Rather than rely on disaster recovery plans to pick up the pieces after a business disruption, banks are shifting their focus to business continuity plans to keep operations running through a disaster.