Executives Must Plan for Unexpected Natural Events that Can Harm the Company.

CFOs and CEOS will be the ones held accountable if hurricanes, floods, wild fires and other natural disasters harm shareholder value. California wild fires pushing utility PG&E to bankruptcy and the devastation of Texas chemical plants and Puerto Rican pharmaceutical plants proves that businesses need “What-if” committees to evaluate even the effects of climate change in their business continuity and disaster preparedness planning. 

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