UK - JPMorgan Investor Services has been mandated to provide global custody services to Lincolnshire County Council's Pension Fund with assets of £650m.
David Forbes, assistant county treasurer of Lincolnshire County Council said: “The overall quality of the service, depth of product offering and the flexibility of the people were among the decisive factors for us. JPMorgan has shown the service commitment that we are looking for and their superior client technology provides us with a critical level of support.
Sue Curtis, UK client management executive for JPMorgan Investor Services in Europe, the Middle East and Africa said: “We are very pleased with this appointment. It is gratifying acknowledgement of our strategic focus on building market share in the UK local government pensions arena. We are really looking forward to working with the investment team at Lincolnshire.”
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