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Disaster Planning: Beyond IT & Business Continuity

Katrina. Haiti. Floods. Tornados. Are you worried about how prepared your financial institution for a disaster? In a recent survey, an alarming number of financial institutions lack a thorough disaster plan.

Do you struggle to create and maintain a detailed plan for disaster situations? Do you do the minimum just to get through audits? In this free webinar playback, “Disaster Planning for Financial Facilities: Beyond IT and Business Continuity,” you will get the tools and direction you need to sleep better at night.

  • 5 Tips for Developing the Right Disaster Plan
  • 5 Pitfalls to Avoid

Who should watch this free webinar playback: CEOs, COOs, facilities personnel, and IT executives at banks and Credit Unions of all asset sizes.

About the Presenters

David J. Mistick, Strategic Consultant
Circumspex
David J. Mistick has more than 25 years of experience in property management, construction, disaster planning and recovery. Co-author of “Before Disaster Strikes – Developing the Emergency Procedures Plan.” David has managed and consulted on disasters throughout the United States, and is an accredited Continuing Education instructor in five states.

Bob Saunders, Principal & EVP Construction
Momentum
With 25 years of planning, designing, and managing construction projects for financial facilities, Bob is fluent in the how’s and why’s of design and building. Bob is a Credit Union Times Facilities Forum Board Member, Member of U.S. Green Building Council and a LEED Accredited Professional.

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  1. This webinar, “Disaster Planning for Financial Facilities: Beyond IT and Business Continuity” will be of big help to any financial business especially if the business does not know or is not certain what to do in times of calamity or any unpredictable occurrences. This is an important part of surviving. “Prevention is better than cure.”

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