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Nordea Asset Management In Luxembourg Awards Consolidated Global Custody Mandate To JPMorgan Worldwide Securities Services


London, 12 July 2006 – JPMorgan Worldwide Securities Services (WSS) today announced that Nordea Bank S.A. in Luxembourg, a division of the Nordic region’s largest financial services group, has consolidated global custody for $28 billion of the group’s international fund and private client assets with JPMorgan WSS.

Conrad Kozak, Securities Company Executive at JPMorgan WSS said, “This extension of the services we already provide for Nordea Luxembourg is a testament to the business we have built in Luxembourg, which was the first to reach $250 billion of assets under custody”.

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