UK - JPMorgan Investor Services was presented with the Queen's Award for Enterprise in International Trade 2001 at its global processing offices in Bournemouth, England.
Business executive Ramy Bourgi, senior vice president Bernard Dagnall and the deputy mayor and deputy mayoress of Bournemouth, joined more than 100 JPMorgan staff members for the ceremony.
The Queen’s Award will run for a period of five years beginning April 21, 2001 and is granted in three categories: international trade, innovation and sustainable development.
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