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Coronavirus Support: You Can Count On Us

Updated: Apr 14, 2020

With the current uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus outbreak, the financial and personal wellbeing of our clients remains our top priority at Oakmont Financial Group.

These are unprecedented times and we continue to feel the impacts of COVID-19 across Australia. Our local economies too are beginning to feel the pinch. We want to reassure you that you are not alone in this experience and we’re here to help.

We understand that you may be facing several challenges and that it may be a difficult time. As the situation continues to evolve, our objective is clear – to support you to the best possible extent with relevant information and sound advice.

Through this blog post, we want to touch on a few points of importance that you may find useful. Please do not hesitate to reach out to us should you have any questions or concerns.

We’ve adapted our business model

We know that the health and safety of our clients, as well as our staff, is a priority. That is why we have adapted our business model to suit the circumstances.

Following the safety directive by the Australian government, we have decided to temporarily function remotely and work from home. Although the offices are closed, we are fully functional and continue to meet all our commitments.

Here’s how you can reach us

We are using the power of technology to stay connected and responsive. Reach out to us using our email or using the contact form on our website. Also, feel free to contact us using our phone lines for any urgent issues. We are using Zoom to conduct video conferencing and will be happy to set up a meeting if you so require (Zoom - download link).

We will respond to you as soon as possible, however, please allow us some extra time in responding in view of the situation we are facing currently. We truly appreciate your patience.

Continuing to serve our clients

No doubt that these times of undue stress and worry can trigger panic, confusion and concern. If you are experiencing any of these emotions, we recommend that you talk to your financial adviser.

Your financial advisers are equipped to give you advice on your status and goals, as well as help you create a path forward. They can advise you on the current market conditions, any legislative changes affecting you and offer guidance.

Government resources and updates

For the latest advice, information, and resources on COVID-19, please go to

Please call the National Coronavirus Help Line on 1800 020 080. It operates 24 hours a day and seven days a week. If you require translating or interpreting services, please call 131 450.

The phone number of your state or territory public health agency is available at

If you have concerns about your health, please speak to your doctor.

Financial advice with Oakmont

There is a tremendous cloud of uncertainty and ambiguity surrounding the coronavirus outbreak. While it is expected that all confusion will eventually settle and things will return to a state of normalcy, it is crucial to stay calm and rational in the meantime.

At Oakmont, our experienced advisers can show you how you can reach your financial goals faster and seamlessly. Even in the current distressing circumstances, our advisers can help you navigate the market with confidence and ease and make the best possible decisions.

Wishing you good health and financial stability. Stay safe.


General Advice Disclaimer

The information contained on this website and in this blog-post is general in nature and does not take into account your personal situation or circumstance. It is recommended that you consider and use the information provided responsibly and, where appropriate, seek professional advice from a financial adviser.

Although every effort has been made to verify the accuracy and correctness of information, Oakmont Financial Group, together with our consultants, officers, agents, and employees, disclaim all liability for any loss or damage suffered by any persons directly or indirectly relying on this information.

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