Offshore: Prepared for the worst
What happens if a business falls victim to a fire or flood? Tim Craine says setting up a technical infrastructure in a second jurisdiction offers a high level of protection
After some six to eight years of operation, e-business – particularly the e-gaming sector – is maturing in a number of ways, not least in how these companies identify, assess and then manage business risks in numerous areas of their operation. This has in part been driven by the level of due diligence required pre-IPO (initial public offering) and the demands of shareholders post-flotation.
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