A news release said the spot is a new position designed
to help private and public institutions address growing
requirements for benefit plan investment administration.
According to the company, Mollahan will serve as a spokesperson on employee benefit investment administration industry issues, participate in key industry organizations and help lead business development efforts.
He will help create new products and services for the administration of defined benefit, defined contribution and health and welfare plans, the company said.
“Employers are grappling with how to provide
competitive, yet affordable retirement and benefit plans to
their employees,” said Mark Kelley, head of JPMorgan’s U.S.
Fund Services business. “In this new position, Ed Mollahan
will help us expand fund services offerings and assist our
clients in meeting the challenging demands of employee
Mollahan joined JPMorgan in 1982 and has held various positions in pension-related areas, reaching senior vice president in 2001. He holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Business Administration from Wilkes University.
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