About J.P. Morgan Asset Management

J.P. Morgan Asset Management is a leading investment manager of choice for institutions, financial intermediaries and individual investors worldwide. With a heritage of more than a century, a broad range of core and alternative strategies and investment professionals operating in every major world market, we offer valuable investment experience and insight aimed at helping you reach your investment goals.


Extensive investment capabilities

Uncovering investment potential requires a wide range of global expertise. Our Multi-Asset Solutions, a dedicated team of more than 70 investment professionals, manages and develops more than $85 billion in tailored investment solutions across a broad continuum of objectives including target date and glide path investingFootnote4. Multi-Asset Solutions will allocate assets and select underlying J.P. Morgan investments for Plan portfolios, monitor holdings and make adjustments based on each portfolio’s risk/return objectives and changing market conditions.

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