IRA Terrorists Fail To Derail Echo Disaster Recovery Plan

DEALING & NETTING

The Exchange Clearing House (Echo), bombed out by the IRA attack on London's Docklands on February 9, returned to its usual offices last Tuesday after more than a week operating in a standby office. The smooth transition to the group's backup operation proves the worth of disaster-recovery planning, officials say.

Echo, the bank multilateral FX netting consortium, was probably the only major FX industry participant affected by the bomb, which was planted in a building adjacent to a train

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