Deloitte has appointed Mark Naysmith as a resilience director in Deloitte’s Security, Privacy & Resilience Group. Naysmith previously led the business continuity function for Deutsche Boerse, the operator of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. He also established an independent operation risk consultancy specialising in business resilience. Overall Naysmith has more than 10 years of business continuity experience focusing on international assignments within the financial services sector.
Naysmith has acted as an independent advisor to European Central Bank for the development and implementation of business continuity and risk standards as a member of the Central Bank of Luxembourg, Large Scale Disaster Working Group and chaired a special task force for the European Central Securities Depository Association (ECSDA) to review risk assessments of central depositories.
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