JPMorgan’s clients can now access Athena trading program


J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. is allowing clients access to its Athena trading program to run analytics on their own investments.

Teresa Heitsenrether, the bank's global head of custody and fund services, announced that the New York-based bank has sold subscriptions to its Investment Analytics Platform (IAP) to 208 big investors (h/t CNBC).

Another 42 clients are expected to sign by year-end.

Clients targeted for J.P. Morgan's IAP include pensions, endowments and insurance companies.

Those asset owners…

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