The late 2000s global financial crisis has had a profound impact across business communities. If the international economy further deteriorates, how is business security and organisational resilience planning likely to be affected? Do large financial downturns significantly alter security and business continuity planning? And what is likely to happen to the Eurozone, and the wider international economy, during the next decade?
The business security and resilience service, CSARN, brings together a panel of eminent presenters including economists, emergency planning and security strategists, national politicians, and international business analysts, to help organisations horizon scan and prepare their security and continuity strategies to meet the challenges and opportunities presented in times of economic downturn and financial crisis.
- Economic analysis: the future of banking and finance: UK, Eurozone and International Markets
- Political analysis: UK economic policy and future Government macro-economic responses
- Business Continuity analysis: How business continuity applies in a financial crisis and fast-moving financial risk scenarios
- Human Resources: financial crises and human responses. What are lessons from previous economic downturns, and can they help us?
- Security and resilience: how stronger business security and resilience can be delivered in a weak financial climate
- Industrial relations analysis:
Trade union activism in the UK
Richard Bingley / CEO, CSARN
- Economic analysis:
The future of banking and finance: UK, Eurozone and International Markets
Bob Devine / Banking and investment management consultant
- Business Continuity analysis:
How business continuity applies in a financial crisis and fast-moving financial risk scenarios
John R Robinson / Managing Director, INONI Limited
- Security and resilience:
How stronger business security and resilience can be delivered in a weak financial climate
Chris Tomlinson / Resilience, Security & Risk, Arup