Coronavirus - we're open for business

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As we continue to keep a close eye on the developing situation concerning the Coronavirus outbreak, we would like to reassure our clients that we have robust business continuity plans in place which allow us to remain open for business as usual.  

That said, the health and wellbeing of our colleagues and their families is extremely important to us. To keep them as safe as possible, we are asking them to use all available technology for communicating with clients and are discouraging our advisers from holding face-to-face meeting if at all possible.

We apologise in advance if this impacts clients in any way. In order to continue to provide our service we will be available via email, Skype, WhatsApp or phone should clients need us. If you do need to speak to your adviser, please contact them directly in the usual way.  

We will continue to monitor the situation as it develops and will keep you updated should anything change.  

In the meantime, we hope that you, your family and colleagues stay safe and well at this difficult time.   

Mike Holden & Joel Adams

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