COVID-19 update

How we are preparing to minimise disruption to our employees and clients

We will continue to provide business updates on this page, as well as sharing updates on market developments in our news and insights articles

You will be aware that the current outbreak of COVID-19 (also known as coronavirus) in the UK is having an impact on individuals, businesses and services. This is a rapidly changing situation as new information becomes available daily and the government updates their guidance and restrictions regularly.

At Close Brothers Asset Management we are working hard to ensure our key services and operations continue to function. We have been preparing and testing coordinated business continuity and pandemic response plans since news of the coronavirus first emerged. The goal of these plans is to protect our employees, enable us to service clients and continue to manage their investments, all with a minimal level of disruption if the situation escalates.

We recognise that this is a highly uncertain and rapidly evolving situation, but we are well prepared and are doing everything we can to protect our employees and ensure we continue to deliver seamless service to clients.

If you have any queries or concerns, please speak to your usual contact or the Client Servicing Team.


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