A leading figure in risk management has urged brokers to discuss business continuity plans with their SME clients, saying most are underprepared for any significant disruption.
“Understandably, most SMEs, who are operating on tight budgets with limited time and resources, are too busy operating their businesses to take time out of their day to prepare a business continuity plan,” says Peter Emmett, regional manager for WA at global risk management firm, Dynamiq.
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