After 12 years of relative calm, investors are faced with new challenges due to the uncertainty COVID-19 is causing around the world, and the unknown implications.
An update from Jarden
As New Zealand moves to Level 4 in its COVID-19 response, we know this will be a very stressful time and your primary focus will be to ensure the safety of your family and communities.
The Government has categorised financial services as an industry that will remain open to ensure liquidity and the availability of capital during these unprecedented times. I would like to reassure you that Jarden will continue to operate with the same level of client service we have always provided.
We are confident that we’ve taken the necessary steps to best support our clients and the market through this period. All of our teams, with the exception of business-critical teams, have been working from home. The Jarden business continuity plan is currently in action, and we are equipped with all the tools we need to support our clients. Our dealing and settlement operations have contingency processes that ensure our ability to transact and settle orders is not compromised in any way. Our custodian, who holds your assets on your behalf, has robust business continuity processes in place.
Jarden remains committed to support our clients and staff through the impacts of COVID-19 and our trading and settlement services have performed well under the pressure of recent heavy trading volumes.
Our experienced staff are here to help you. Please contact your Jarden adviser or contact person if you have any questions.
Please take care of yourselves, your family and your community.
James Lee, CEO
News & Insights
We have experienced extreme volatility in markets in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. This is naturally unnerving for investors.
‘I’m fortunate that my story fits the ideals of a young person, where you start young, take risks, hopefully make a success in life and then sit back and enjoy the rewards’ - Denis, Jarden wealth management client