Notice Regarding Temporary International Service Suspensions by United States Postal Service (USPS®) due to COVID-19
The USPS recently announced various international postal operators can no longer process or deliver mail originating from the U.S. due to COVID-19 related service disruptions. Therefore, the U.S. Post Office will not be accepting any mail destined for any of the affected countries until mail service resumes in those countries. You may experience significant delays on the delivery of mail for those specific countries and also possible returns due to these closures and restrictions. The affected countries are available for your convenience. However, please refer to the USPS website https:/www.usps.com/ for the most up-to-date information.
These delays could impact a variety of account documentation mailings, including account statements, trade confirmations, prospectuses, proxy and reorganization notifications, Form Client Relationship Summary (CRS) mailings etc., which may be returned or held at the post office or vendor until they can be delivered. We continue to encourage you to take advantage of online access and the variety of e-Delivery services and tools we have available that can help prevent delays associated with mailings, such as those noted. Please reach out to your account representative for additional information on online access and e-Delivery options.