Coronavirus and LVM Operations

LVM Capital Management’s top priority is to ensure we maintain business resilience and provide a safe work environment for our employees and clients during the COVID-19 health crisis. LVM has a robust business continuity plan that will allow us to adapt our operations and continue to communicate with clients, without interruption, under this scenario. We will continue to take steps based on recommendations from relevant authorities aimed at protecting our employees, clients, and business. Our Portage Michigan and Naples Florida offices continue to operate. However, we have prepared plans for our employees to work remotely from home for an extended period, if required. Our experienced portfolio managers and client service representatives have various ways to answer inquiries, including phone, email and fax. This arrangement has been utilized successfully in the past. LVM employees still have secure access to systems and information required to perform their work as they would in their formal offices. Clients, regulators, and vendors are still able to work with LVM as they normally would even though we are reducing the number of in-person meetings as much as possible.

Our employees are being updated on this situation by LVM’s management team. We are confident that we have taken the necessary steps to ensure the continued efficient operation of our business and a high level of client service during these challenging times.

We wish you and your family the very best.


The LVM Team

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