Contravisory Continuing Operations
Dave Canal
March 25, 2020

During this time of unprecedented uncertainty, all of us here at Contravisory are concerned about the safety and well-being of our families, colleagues, customers, partners, and the many friends who make up Contravisory’s broader family.  Please know that we are thinking of you.

To keep you informed, we thought it would be important to let you know how we are navigating this difficult period from a business and service continuity perspective.  Our goal is to continue operations as normal as possible so that the excellent service that you have come to expect from Contravisory is not disrupted.
Our compliance team has planned for disruptive incidents, such as COVID-19, while safeguarding the health and well-being of our employees and minimizing the impact on our ability to deliver services to you.  Our technology capabilities have been regularly updated in preparation for a business disruption where our primary office location becomes unavailable.  Multiple data backups, system redundancies, and functional overlap all play a role in helping us maintain our business and service continuity during a crisis.

We are taking our cues from local authorities and healthcare experts.  While our office remains open, we are asking most employees to work remotely.  That combined with systemic delays could result in some minor delayed response times.  So long as the markets remain open, so will we.
Times like these are a good reminder for all of us to focus on the important things in life; our families, friends and loved ones.  Together we will get through this.  Let’s also pray for those afflicted with COVID-19 and those less fortunate who will be greatly impacted by this disruption.
For nearly 50 years, we have been honored by the trust you place in us.  We are confident that we will emerge from this period stronger and hopefully more united as a nation.

Your Friends at Contravisory Investment Management


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