Case Study
Development Bank of Japan uses accredited certification to assess loan premiums


In Japan, the Development Bank of Japan (DBJ) provide more attractive loan rates and discounted insurance premiums to commercial businesses that have taken steps to increase their resilience in case of emergency. The bank screens a number of metrics on business continuity, preparedness, and mitigation before setting loan premiums.

The Bank recognises Accredited certification of a business continuity management system to ISO 22301 / 22313 as a way to help the bank to manage its risk exposure as it has encouraged firms to build resilience and to be in better control of their risks.

Further information is available on the DBJ website.

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