Sponsored by American Portfolios
Ensuring that a financial advisor practice can continue operating and servicing clients following an unexpected business disruption may be one of the least appreciated and most fundamental obligations advisors have to their clients. Whether it’s the California wildfires, Hurricane Harvey, Superstorm Sandy or some unforeseeable event like a global pandemic, financial advisors must have a business continuity plan that outlines strategies and procedures that will enable them to continue operating their practices in nearly any situation.
The existence of a realistic and comprehensive business continuity plan (BCP) is now clearly on the radar of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in its reviews of Registered Investment Advisors, making having a BCP considerably more urgent than ever before.
In this white paper, Creating a Business Continuity Plan, we discuss:
- The purpose and scope of a BCP
- Lessons learned from the business disruption of Superstorm Sandy
- What a model BCP looks like
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Kimberly A. Branch, CFP®
Vice President of Marketing Strategy
American Portfolios Financial Services, Inc. - an Independent Broker/Dealer