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As the situation with the COVID-19 virus continues to evolve and change we here at Georgetown Capital Group want to make sure you are confident in the services that we continue to provide to you. We remain steadfast in our commitment to providing you with the best service possible during these uncertain times.
Currently, we are fully functional with staff both on-sight and remotely. For everyone’s safety we are not scheduling any in office appointments and are strongly discouraging appointments outside of the office. We are utilizing work from home strategies and are having great success continuing business as usual with minimal staff in the office. We began the process of moving our systems to a cloud-based environment well over a year ago and have tested our capabilities on multiple occasions. This dedication to technology is allowing us to service our clients in this unprecedented time with no interruption to you.
We will continue to keep you informed and hope you will contact us with any questions or concerns that may arise. Rest assured all aspects of our business are fully functional and we are here to support you and your financial needs.
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Georgetown Capital is a comprehensive financial services firm committed to helping our clients improve their long-term financial success. Our customized programs are designed to help grow and conserve our clients' wealth as we strive to deliver an unprecedented level of personalized service.
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