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Bullet points include: Most organisations are also parts of larger economic groupings, including national and international markets. Runs on counterparties or major suppliers/purchasers running into difficulty may create larger systemic risks. E.g. 2007-09 credit crisis, indeed many other past economic crises. Difficult to limit exposure entirely. Collateralisation of exposures. Diversified business models, customer and supplier bases. But what if the entire economy/market suffers a system-wide problem? Think laterally? Avoid overconfidence in risk mitigants currently in place?

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