As the coronavirus continues to spread globally, all firms taking their own steps to address the challenges posed by Covid-19 . Our firm also taking measures to ensure business can continue without putting employees , customers and their families, and our communities, at risk. These arrangements, which came into force on 17 March 2020 (day after State of emergency was declared in the Republic of Serbia), will not impact on the support that our clients and Moore community receive from our firm, but they will understand that this will involve different ways of working until advice from health authorities changes.

Almost all Moore Stephens employees are working from home to avoid travel, and field work and business trips are canceled. This minimises risk to our people, our clients and their families and loved ones. Only in business-critical situations, travel may be permitted, with permission from Managing partner. In accordance with the measures all meetings with clients, that may have taken place previously face to face, will under the new working arrangements be replaced, for the time being, with video conferencing. In essence, alongside the sensible precautions outlined above, for Moore Stephens it remains ‘business as usual’, and we look forward to continuing to support our clientes and Moore community as effectively as possible. All our team members remain contactable in the usual ways (e-mails, mobile, etc.).