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At Franklin Templeton Investments, we recognize how heavily our clients rely on our services. We also recognize that the unexpected can and does occur, from simple outages to major incidents affecting multiple sites. We have successfully supported critical business activities during disruptions of normal business processes from both natural and man-made disasters, including hurricanes, fires, Super Storm Sandy to September 11th and other events. We want you to know that we have plans in place to help safeguard your assets and protect vital account information in the event of a business disruption.
Franklin Templeton Investments and its affiliated companies, including Fiduciary Trust Company International, Franklin/Templeton Distributors, Inc., Templeton/Franklin Investment Services, Inc., and Franklin Templeton Financial Services Corp., (“Franklin Templeton”) have Crisis Management, Business Continuity and technology Disaster Recovery plans in place. In addition, Franklin Templeton Investments has dedicated business continuity planners on staff to assist in preparing and testing of plans.
Franklin Templeton plans are developed around specific corporate-wide guidelines. As such, FTI has developed plans that include the ability to recover from various situations including but not limited to unplanned evacuations, power outages, fire, severe weather, intentional acts, and facilities failures that may cause interruptions to our business. Our plans are constructed to recover critical functions according to their time criticality. In order to maintain secure and effective plans, FTI does not provide the specific details in this notice, but you should be aware that Franklin Templeton Investments’ corporate disaster recovery planning includes the following:
Franklin Templeton actively identifies and seeks to mitigate risks to reduce potential issues and their impact. In the event of an outage or other site specific problems, Franklin Templeton has plans in place to support recovery of its critical business systems and functions. In addition to the guidelines stated above, Franklin Templeton’s recovery plans also include the following:
Please note that Franklin Templeton Investments’ Business Continuity Plans which are critical to our operations are reviewed, updated and tested annually, to ensure they account for technology, business and regulatory changes. The plans are subject to change, and material changes to our approach will be reflected in an updated “Business Continuity Planning Information Notice” that will be posted on our website at franklintempleton.com.
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