The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has opened the centre in a secret location. This centre is designed to be operational within an hour of a terrorist attack and has room for up to 300 staff.
FSA spokesman John Fryer said the emergency headquarters would allow the FSA to co-ordinate the flow of information in the City, so
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