|Friends and Clients:
We hope you and your loved ones are safe and in good health during these unprecedented times. Our thoughts and well wishes are with everyone affected by COVID-19.
Along with our clients, the health and well-being of our employees is a top priority at Signet Financial. We have already implemented procedures at our offices to limit potential exposure to the virus and ensure continued normal business operations.
Our operations will continue to function normally. All employees are working their normal schedules, as all our people have remote access to all systems and procedures.
Signet Financial has a robust business continuity plan. We are well prepared, have not experienced any disruptions, and do not anticipate any operational issues in the future.
We have been closely tracking the data associated with the COVID-19 coronavirus and the impact it has had on the global economy and markets.
While business continuity is critical during times like this, we also recognize the personal toll this may take on you and those around you. We are here for you and available to answer questions about your investments. We have been through bear markets before. Putting our clients’ interests first in all market environments is the heart of our mission.
We are here to support our clients during these extraordinary times in the market.
We wish you and your family well as you cope with this changing environment.
The Signet Financial Team
Signet Financial is prepared, operations function normally
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