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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update 23rd March

24 March 2020

Dear clients and business partners,

The Covid-19 pandemic has had an unprecedented impact on businesses, economies and individuals. In order to keep you updated the evolving situation, and to share insight on managing and mitigating risk, we have launched a Covid-19 webpage here:

Meantime, we continue to monitor and update our response in line with guidance from the WHO, the Centre for Disease Control and Prevention, and local government advisories.

Last week we extended a complete international travel ban to all employees. Any in-country travel must be in-line with local government advice. Where face to face meetings are considered critical we have implemented a Visitor Declaration Form process. If you are due to visit a TMF Group office, you will receive an email containing a link to a short survey confirming your health status and recent travel. The information will be deleted after 30 days. These precautions are to safeguard the health of our employees and clients alike.

Flexible working arrangements have been implemented at many our offices, in line with government guidelines. These include a combination of staggered working patterns in the office and remote working. Our IT infrastructure has been extended and strengthened to support flexible working across our networks.

Where it’s been deemed necessary our offices have implemented Business Continuity Plans.

With effect from last week we put into practise an automated daily check for every employee to confirm their current health status. We remain vigilant regarding workplace cleanliness through regular disinfection, and clear guidelines have been issued to all employees to ensure protection and prevention.

Our client operations continue without interruption.

If we can do anything to support you further during this critical time please reach out to us directly via your usual TMF Group contact or using this link.


Mark Weil
CEO, TMF Group

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