So long 2020. Bring on 2021.

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So long 2020:

Normally at this time of year, it’s good to look back and reflect. But, to be honest, I think we’d all sooner see the back of 2020 than go back over it.

What we will say though is this. Regardless of anyone’s individual experiences of 2020, it has been a year of learning for everyone around the world. And through this year of trial and error, with perhaps more errors than anyone would have liked, we feel there has been a coming together of people – across the globe, in communities, and especially between ourselves and each of you, our clients.

As much as we are here to advise you and help you reach your financial goals, we want to thank you for your part in making that possible in a challenging year. While we always stay in regular contact, this has been both more necessary and less straight forward than ever. But thanks greatly to your trust and willingness to work with us, we are all coming through the other side together and can see the light at the end of the tunnel.

Bring on 2021:

With vaccinations ramping up the signs are already positive for 2021. Yes, it will be different in many ways. But with the learnings we have taken onboard, both personally and professionally, including the launch of our wealth management app MyWealth, we are ready and even excited for what lies ahead. Most of all, we look forward to continuing to work closely with you to achieve your financial goals and to safeguard you and your loved ones’ futures.

In the new year we will be looking closely at ways you can protect your financial wellbeing in a post-Covid environment. So keep an eye on our Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter as well as our blog page, for upcoming insights. And, as always, we are here to offer any support you need.

For now, however you mark the occasions this year, we hope you had a Merry Christmas wish you a Happy New Year.