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For more than a century*, we have been here for our clients and communities

These are unprecedented circumstances and we want you to know that we are here for you now and every day. We will take the same collaborative approach to providing the best service and work tirelessly to support you and all of our communities across the globe. This site will bring together the best of our expertise, thought leadership, and up-to- date information. Staying regularly connected is incredibly important in times like this and we hope this virtual hub can keep us united and informed. Please be safe and let us know how we can be there for you.

This is a time unlike any other, and together, we will persevere

As we all face the challenges of the coronavirus crisis, we want you to know that Wilmington Trust is here for our clients, our communities, and our colleagues. Our prudent and proactive efforts will see us through, and we will continue to provide the guidance, expertise, and support you need, today, and every day. We are here for you. Please stay healthy and safe during these times and let us know how we can be there for you and your families.

CARES Act updates
Wilmington Trust is a member of the M&T Family. Visit the M&T Be Informed page to learn how we’re helping businesses navigate these uncertain times and read information about the CARES Act. Wilmington Trust is also offering insights about the key tax relief measures of the Act that are impacting businesses and individuals and families.

Wilmington Trust is open for business
For the safety of our clients and employees, many offices are operating with limited service or are temporarily closed, and ATMs within offices may not be accessible. Appointments are available. Please contact your relationship manager for assistance.

For inquiries regarding wealth management or institutional services, contact the office nearest you.

For general service inquiries, contact us.

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Wilmington Wire Blog

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5 Reasons to Invest in Municipal Bonds Now

Municipal bonds must be researched carefully but represent an important portion of a well-diversified portfolio, providing value for both taxable and tax-exempt investors.
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Webinar: COVID-19: A Plan to Restart the Economy

How can the economy recover and what will it look like? Former FDA Commissioner and Economist Mark B. McClellan, MD, PhD talks with Chief Investment Officer Tony Roth to reveal his thinking on this critical subject.
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The COVID-19 Impact on Business Transition

In a dampened M&A market, forward-looking business owners have a unique opportunity to assess their current positions and chart new paths to their long-term goals.
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CARES Act: Cut to the Chase

Actionable insights to help you get the most from CARES Act tax relief efforts.
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CARES Act Delivers Tax Relief to Businesses During COVID-19 Pandemic

Learn about the key tax relief measures in the CARES Act that are designed to provide critical cash flow for businesses.
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6 Higher Education Insights in a COVID-19 World and Beyond

Our experts share six higher education planning, investing, funding, and preservation strategies that may help you adapt to this new environment of learning.
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Stretching Your Charitable Dollars

In a time of such great need, how can you create a charitable gift strategy that reflects your values and stretches your charitable dollars most effectively?
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Top 10 Considerations When Facing Divorce: Through the Coronavirus and Beyond

COVID-19 has made the already challenging and uncertain journey of divorce more complicated for families and their advisors. Here is our pick of the top 10 considerations to address.
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IRS Extends Section 1031 Exchange Deadlines

An overview of the deadline extensions for taxpayers with a Section 1031 exchange.
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Are Equities Overvalued?

CIO Tony Roth shares his insights with CNBC's Worldwide Exchange and dimensions the shape of markets to come.
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Life After Lockdown

Chief Wealth Strategist Alvina Lo shares her thoughts on the future of financial advice after recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Future Returns: Wealth Investors Seize the Day with Securities-Based Lending

President of Private Ann Silverman, shares with Barron’s Penta why securities-based lending has become a go-to option for those seeking liquidity in a volatile market.
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Continue to monitor our nation’s response to the coronavirus pandemic from the Centers for Disease Control and the World Health Organization.

Protect your personal and financial information
Due to the current coronavirus pandemic, Wilmington Trust and M&T Bank are aware of an increase in phishing attempts, scams, and malicious cyberattacks within the financial services industry that can put your information at risk.

Wilmington Trust and M&T will never notify you through email or text message to:
  • Tell you that your account has been “locked” or “restricted"
  • Ask you to "verify" or "confirm" your account details or other personal information
  • Request your PIN, passcode, account details, and/or your Social Security Number
To learn more about how you can protect yourself at home, please visit our “Cybersecurity and You” page.

Report suspicious email
If you receive a suspicious communication appearing to originate from Wilmington Trust or M&T, please forward the email to phishing@mtb.com.

Report identity theft or account compromise
If you believe your identity or account information has been compromised, please contact your advisor or call the following numbers:
  • On-Line Portfolio, Institutional Services, and Wealth Advisory Clients: 1.800.982.4620
  • Brokerage Clients: 1.800.724.7788
  • Deposit and Loan Account Clients: 1.800.724.2440

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