UK - The trustees of the £1bn Plumbing and Mechanical Services (UK) Limited Pension Scheme have reappointed JPMorgan Investor Services to provide the fund with custodian services.
JPMorgan Investor Services pensions group head Benjie Fraser said he was pleased to have been reappointed by the scheme, which had been a client of JPMorgan since 1996.
Fraser commented: "We are delighted to have been reappointed by, and asked to provide additional services to, a valued client like the trustee of the Plumbing and Mechanical Services Pension Scheme.
"JPMorgan seeks to make available a full and seamless suite of services to support clients of all sizes and types."
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