As much as I hate to get all red-pencil pedantic with my new pen pal , I think there are few hiccups here.
The opening sentence begins:
As a valued client, we are pleased to offer you...
So who's the valued client here? Once again, our syntactical orientation is discombobulated by a fiendish dangler. (What's a dangler and why does it hurt to get smacked with one? I refer you here, here, and here.)
On to the next sentence:
Many clients prefer to view their reports online, however, we will continue to mail printed copies to those clients who request them.
The marriage of those two sentences is even more awkward and grotesque than the Julia Roberts-Lyle Lovett coupling. Here's a nickel, Mr. President. Go buy yourself a period.
If you wish to receive a printed copy of the reports, for the funds you currently invest in, please complete the detachable postage-paid reply card...I don't know where that superfluous first comma wandered in from, but I'll bet I'm paying for it with some kind of service charge or another.
But perhaps the most conspicuous--and most mirth-giving--error occurs right up front with the salutation:
Dear InvestorI mean, really. My "investments" consist of a flaccid retirement account that is propped up by monthly contributions from my empty wine bottle redemptions. Which makes me an "investor" the same way my three-year-old's Easy-Bake Oven makes him a chef.