GLOBAL - JPMorgan Investor Services is extending its Compliance Reporting Services product to assist clients in monitoring their Socially Responsible Investment (SRI) restrictions.
Rajesh Kumar, executive director for compliance reporting services, JPMorgan Investor Services, said: "We have partnered with leading institutional and asset manager clients to further advance our investment compliance reporting application to support the growing interest in socially responsible investing."
The criteria cover 50 categories, including adult entertainment, gambling, tobacco, weapons, country ties, board diversity, corporate governance, climate change and faith values.
The service can be applied to clients' custody or accounting records with online reporting available through JPMorgan's existing web-based compliance reporting application.
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