Mosher Financial Group has established emergency preparedness plans and procedures that address the possibility of a significant business disruption that could result from power outages, natural disasters and other events.

This business continuity plan will be reviewed, updated and tested on a regular basis and provides for continuation of investor services in the event of a disruption.

A few examples of what might occur if Mosher Financial Group were to experience a business disruption of varying magnitudes include, but are not limited to, (1) If telephone service became unavailable, Mosher Financial Group would re-route calls to an alternate company office for the duration of the outage; (2) If utility electric power were to be lost to Mosher Financial Group’s home office, a backup power generator is in place to support all critical investor services and would be operational within seconds of the power loss; (3) In the event Mosher Financial Group’s home office facilities became unavailable, Mosher Financial Group would continue to provide critical investor services by relocating personnel, computers and resources to alternate sites.

While no contingency plan can eliminate all risk of service interruption or temporarily impeded account access, Mosher Financial Group will assess and update the firm’s plans to mitigate all reasonable risk. Mosher Financial Group’s business continuity plan is subject to modification. Any modifications to this disclosure will be promptly posted on Mosher Financial Group’s website ( or investors may request an updated written copy by mail.