Company services during the coronavirus outbreak

Dear clients and partners!

As everyone else right now we are following the new coronavirus pandemic with great concern, and the health and safety of our clients, partners, employees, and everyone we know is a priority for us. At the same time, we would like to promise that Grand Capital will continue to uphold the same high standard of quality of services throughout this difficult period.

As of today, we have already made all the necessary arrangements to ensure the safety of everyone we are responsible for, while providing services to our clients as usual.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us via LiveChat on our website or open a support ticket in your Private Office.

But most importantly, stay safe and healthy, and do what you can to protect your loved ones and neighbors!

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