Some offices of Putnam Investments and Fidelity Investments were closed as a result of Sandy, but that didn’t stop the firms from serving clients, according to the Boston Herald
Putnam Investments’ offices closed, but essential employees worked to perform key functions, including overseeing investments in fixed income and foreign markets that are open today, said spokesman Jon Goldstein.
Fidelity Investments’ eight Massachusetts investor centers eventually also closed, but the company was able to serve clients by phone and the Internet, while its headquarters and other Boston offices remained open, said spokesman Vincent Loporchio.
For more about other businesses impact by Sandy, go to the Boston Herald article
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