Companies worried about the threat to the continuity of their

business posed by a disaster like the World Trade Centre attack can insure

against it. To nobody's surprise the practice has soared in popularity

since September 11th. Mr Chris Rigby Smith, head of business continuity at

Marsh UK, told delegates at this week's contingency planning and disaster

recovery conference in London that business interruption insurance (BII)

differed from business crisis management (BCM) but they were linked. ...

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