Investment market updates, client procedures and COVID-19 updates
At Canaccord Genuity Wealth Management (CGWM), the long-term wellbeing of our clients, colleagues and business contacts is our top priority. With that in mind, we continue to monitor the COVID-19 (coronavirus) situation closely and want to let you know about the additional steps we are taking to be extra vigilant.
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As the UK starts to emerge from lockdown, and we at Canaccord continue to plan for a ‘new normal’ way of working, we wanted to show you how we’ve successfully navigated this uncertain environment so far, how we’ve adapted smoothly and crucially, how we continue to give our clients confidence in their long-term financial futures.
Key actions we are taking for clients, colleagues and business contacts
We continue to monitor the COVID-19 (coronavirus) situation closely and want to let you know about the additional steps we are taking to be extra vigilant.
Important changes to our working procedures
We are working hard ensure the continued smooth working of our business and have put in place some temporary changes to ensure our clients continue to receive the best experience.
Protect yourself from fraud
We are aware that fraudsters are using the Canaccord Genuity name, logo and office address in an attempt to exploit unsuspecting clients. Read some of the measures you can take to protect you and your money from fraud.
Client asset protection
The safety of our client's assets is of paramount importance to us at CGWM and we understand, especially during this current uncertain time, that our clients are concerned about the security.
IMPORTANT: Investment involves risk. The value of investments and the income from them can go down as well as up and you may not get back the amount originally invested. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance.