The Central Bank of Solomon Islands has issued new prudential guidelines for financial institutions requiring them to submit business continuity plans to the central bank.
In a document published on November 21, the central bank’s board of directors announced that financial institutions would be required to have a “minimum framework” in place to help them “rebound” in times of disaster.
“This means that core businesses or services can return to normalcy quickly as they can still have access t
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