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Client Update - Coronavirus - 20th March 2020

Updated: Sep 17, 2020

The daily news continues to be filled with Governments trying to reassure us that they have a good plan to control the spread of Covid-19, along with Central Banks trying to offset the shock to the global economy. As a nation we are all taking significant steps to ensure that we remain well and protect those at high risk from the virus. It has been wonderful to hear so many good stories in the communities about people selflessly helping others at their time of need, as the nation starts to get into the new routine we find ourselves in.

Working remotely has been a continued success here and I very much hope that clients have been receiving service as normal, albeit without visiting you directly. We are very keen to increase our contact with our clients at this difficult time and with this in mind we are formally starting a weekly update to you all. By the time you read this letter, you should have had a similar communication from us via email. If you have – that is very good news! If not, it probably means we do not have an up to date email address for you. If this is the case, please do take the time to email us on wealth@darnells.co.uk and we will add your email to our client list. We will also add the weekly updates each Friday to our main company website, www.darnells-wm.co.uk. We will aim to keep you up to date with the company and markets as we see them, along with anything topical we think you need to know about.

I very much hope that you are staying fit and well. If you have any questions for us, please do contact us in the usual manner. I look forward to writing to you again soon.

Yours sincerely


Mark Pendarves

Chairman

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