Punter Southall Aspire launches resource centre to aid businesses with the financial impact of Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Punter Southall Aspire, a specialist in workplace savings, pensions and retirement planning has launched a dedicated online resource centre to help clients, businesses and individuals to understand and respond to the financial impact of Coronavirus.

This resource consists of advice, guidance and resources that will be continually updated. Future content will focus on workplace savings, retirement planning and personal financial planning.

Steve Butler, CEO, Punter Southall Aspire says, “This is a hugely trying time for our clients, employers and individuals as they address these unprecedented challenges.  From a financial perspective, we’ve already seen the most serious stock market falls since 2008, which are having a knock-on effect on pensions and other investments.

“We’ve created this coronavirus resource centre to support businesses and help them make sense of what is happening as well as suggesting positive steps they might take. We’d encourage businesses and individuals to check the site regularly as it will be updated frequently, and to contact us directly if they require specific guidance from any of our teams.”

One of the resources already available is a briefing note on coronavirus and pensions, which includes tips on coping with and navigating market volatility, which is crucial to successful pension investing.

There is also a Pension Investment view on coronavirus which considers the main risks, the impact on DC members and next steps employers can take; and a view from Punter Southall Wealth on the economic and market impact of COVID-19.

Additionally, there are 12 tips on SMART working for companies with a remote workforce as a result of government advice for employees to work from home where possible.

To access Punter Southall Aspire’s Coronavirus Resource Centre click here.

To read more about Punter Southall Aspire click here.