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From the outset our focus has been, and remains, the health and well-being of our colleagues as well as supporting our clients.

We’ve put measures in place to ensure we are available to continue to deliver an uninterrupted service to you and your business.

 

The information on the coronavirus is changing rapidly. Through our business continuity planning, we have implemented a range of measures, which we will continue to review and adapt as things evolve.

The measures we have put in place so far are:

 

  • Clear guidelines to our teams on how to stay safe and action to take if they or their family members feel unwell.
  • Contingencies so our teams can continue to work, even if we cannot make it to the office.
  • Activating our remote working capabilities. Our teams can conduct online meetings and calls both internally and externally.
  • We are closely listening to daily updates and adapting if needed to ensure the safety of our staff.
  • We are speaking to key contacts across finance, banking and industry to allow us to give specific advice on accessing support packages from the Government. 

 

We will continue to keep open lines of communication across our network of offices and teams. 

 

Please don’t hesitate to get in touch, so we can advise and support you in the best way possible.

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    About the author

    Michael Davidson

    Michael is the driving force behind the success of Haines Watts expansion in and around the M25 region. Michael joined Haines Watts in 1991 as a trainee and became a Partner in 1999. He specialises in, and is passionate about, advising owner managers with turnovers from £1 million to £20 million.

    He challenges clients on their business and delivers advice in a very pragmatic way. Being an owner manager himself, his advice extends beyond financial input and he supports owners in managing the business through it‘s various cycles. This advice is underpinned by a ‘practical’ MBA completed at Cranfield School of Management.

    Michael was voted on to the national Haines Watts Group Board in April 2008 and was made Group Managing Partner in 2018.

     

    I’ve always thought it’s important to work with people you like – be it business owners, my team, suppliers or business acquaintances – so that you can laugh together and share the drama of experiences on the OMB rollercoaster.

    I also think it’s very important to stay humble and be able to laugh at yourself.

    I fear the day I don’t, to all of the above.

    If I wasn’t doing this I’d be: a sports journalist.

    Favourite Sports Team: Chelsea.

    Dream Location: Naples, Florida.

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