In order to better meet regulatory requirements, JPMorgan Worldwide Securities Services is automating its corporate actions information for its institutional investor clients by offering web-based access to the data and eliminating the distribution of thousands of paper documents annually. It will provide web access to shareholder communications related to corporate events for U.S. and Canadian securities, as well as viewing prospectuses, letters of transmittal, tax information and broker letters. The service is supported by ADP Investor Communication Services’ (ICS) Reorg Event Library, which will store scanned shareholder communication documents within 24 hours of receipt.
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JPMorgan Automates CAs for Clients to Access Via the Web
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