Capital Group is dedicated to maintaining an effective business continuity program. It has established certain policies to ensure the ability to continue global operations with minimal impact in the event of disruption to regular work activities.
Designated business units will:
Core business functions identified by the business units will be reviewed by the Global Business Continuity Steering Committee. The Business Continuity Team will bring policy exceptions to the Global Business Continuity Steering Committee for review.
The Global Business Continuity Steering Committee will periodically review the policy and make modifications as necessary.
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