Executive Corner

Finally, signs of spring!

I think that was the feeling many of us had as the grass started to become green, the tree buds bloomed and the tulips and daffodils added their magic touch creating an almost perfect transition from a very long year. Living in a modern day pandemic has not been easy, and it’s fair to say the rewards of spring did not disappoint.

And now, with summer right around the corner, there is even more excitement because the seasons are not the only thing bringing change. Life is starting to feel a bit more familiar.

Weddings, graduations, family gatherings, work in person – so many things that were put on hold are once again activities we are all looking forward to. And rightly so.

Here at JNBA we are also transitioning, but remaining flexible. Our number one priority is meeting you, our valued clients, where you are at. We are here to support you and our team in every way possible in order to remain safely connected in meaningful ways. All you have to do is let us know what works best for you – meeting in person, video calls, outdoor meetings – whatever it is we will do our best to accommodate in order to remain a consistent and constant advocate for you. So please do not hesitate to let us know.

I hope all of you are looking forward to this holiday weekend as much as we are. We’ve given our team some extra time off so they can take in the joy that comes from spending time with family and friends, relaxing, reading, and doing any and all things that come with having some much deserved time off.

We hope you will do the same.

As always, thank you for the trust you place in us. We are grateful for each and every one of you.

Cheers to a great summer!







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