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J.P. Morgan Launches Mobile App For Depositary Receipt Clients

Issuer clients will have access, among other things, to the latest price performance data and graphs.

J.P. Morgan has launched a mobile application for its Depositary Receipt clients. The ADR Issuer Services app, available through Apple's iTunes, will provide J.P. Morgan DR issuer clients with instant access to business critical information housed on, the firm said.

It will initially be available for the iPhone and will be extended to the iPad in coming months, a spokesperson for J.P. Morgan said.

Issuer clients will have access to the latest price performance data and graphs, as well as daily activity, issuances, cancellations with graphs, index and select peer performance, a comprehensive daily trade report and display SEC F-6 limits, threshold and current status.

“It is our top priority to provide clients with easily accessible real-time information that is essential to their business objectives,” said Sarah Gill, Global Platform Executive for J.P. Morgan WSS. “J.P. Morgan continues to invest in new mobile technologies and rapidly expand upon existing solutions in order to respond to changes in the market and the evolving needs of our client base.”

J.P. Morgan introduced the first-ever ADR in 1927. J.P.

Melanie Rodier has worked as a print and broadcast journalist for over 10 years, covering business and finance, general news, and film trade news. Prior to joining Wall Street & Technology in April 2007, Melanie lived in Paris, where she worked for the International Herald ... View Full Bio

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