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COVID-19 (Coronavirus) – Gemini Update - January 2021

In line with current Government guidelines, we have taken the decision to reduce the numbers of staff at our Head Office in Sutton Coldfield with the majority of staff returning to working remotely.

However, to reassure you, it is business as usual and we are still available to contact by phone and email as all our systems can be accessed and operated remotely.

Indeed, it is times like these where you may need to seek additional advice from financial services professionals. Both our Wealth Managers and Estate Planning Consultants remain available to assist you and are able to offer guidance on the phone, by email or by video technology.

Please contact us FREE on 0800 255 0123 or email info@gemini-wm.com where we will do our best to assist you.

We would also like to extend our offering to your family, friends or colleagues so please do pass on our details. We are here to help!

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