Kiewit Investment Fund (Kiewit) has chosen JPMorgan Worldwide Securities Services for a range of fund services including fund accounting, fund administration, performance measurement and transfer agency and custody services. Kiewit may also consider additional services such as securities lending, short-term cash management, commission recapture and transition management. “We chose JPMorgan Worldwide Securities Services because they were uniquely qualified to provide a competitively priced, bundled product solution to address the unique needs of our fund,” said Bob Giles, CEO of Kiewit. “JPMorgan is proud to be working with Kiewit,” said Phyllis Schroder, vice president of New Business Development for JPMorgan Worldwide Securities Services.
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