Unprecedented Times Calls For Extraordinary Action
Dr. Seuss said, “When something bad happens, you have three choices. You can either let it define you, let it destroy you, or you can let it strengthen you.” I believe in the ingenuity of humankind and that it will be the latter rather than the former.
Our team understands that our clients are facing new uncertainties about their businesses, especially revenue inflows and how to best serve their ultimate customers. We are thankful to them for their continued trust in us to help them in this time of volatility.
Team Walter P Moore has shown resilience and agility during this unparalleled time in history. Our number #1 concern is the health of our employees as we address the needs of our clients. We remain fully operational and capable of serving the needs of our clients in every location, with ongoing restrictions related to travel and large group meetings. We have continued serving our clients through the crises, deeply ingrained culture of teamwork, and our robust technology systems working fully at home since mid-March, and continue to do that safely and efficiently.
Our company was founded in 1931, during the Great Depression in the U.S. We have survived the uncertainties, market busts of world wars, trade embargos, oil busts, 9/11, the Great Recession, and always emerged stronger and even more resilient. We are confident and optimistic about the prospects for the future of our industry, our clients, and our company.
Thank you for your continued trust in our firm as we navigate what lies ahead.
President & CEO
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