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JP Morgan Invests in Fund Administration Specialist Arcesium

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New York-based investment management technology and post-trade services provider Arcesium has won strategic funding from JP Morgan. Arcesium was originally launched by investment and technology giant D E Shaw Group in 2015 on a platform developed for its own post-trade activities, with backing from Blackstone, which became one of its first clients. Its Securities Services business provides independent fund administration and comprehensive outsourcing solutions to alternative fund managers, asset managers, and asset owners via an automated technology platform.

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