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Posted:  02 Apr 2012
Published:  02 Apr 2012
Format:  PDF
Length:  3  Page(s)
Type:  Analyst Brief
Language:  English


By Mark Raskino, vice-president and fellow, and Jorge Lopez, vice-president and distinguished analyst


With a potential financial crisis is in the making in the Eurozone, CIOs are advised to start talking through the business implications with their chief executives at the earliest opportunity to maximise anticipation, thinking and planning time.


This article provides a checklist of questions to get that conversation started. It is aimed particularly at businesses outside the financial services sector that may not yet have fully appreciated how widely shocks from a Euro crisis might be felt.


 Any company doing business in Europe should take note, not only those with significant operations or headquarters in the region.


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