Keith Nuthall
ONE of the more uplifting stories to emerge from the World Trade

Centre disaster was the way Merrill Lynch, the world's largest stockbroker,

got its people back at work and its systems running again so quickly

afterwards. Ian Ross, business continuity manager at Merrill Lynch, told

delegates at this week's 2-day contingency planning and disaster recovery

in financial services conference in London how it happened and what was


Three Merrill Lynch employees died and 9,000 were evacuated ...

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