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BPAS Names EVP of Institutional Sales

    

UTICA, NY, January 14, 2019 -- BPAS, a leading national provider of retirement plans, benefit plans, fund administration, and collective investment trusts, announced today that Kenneth G.Y. (Ken) Grant has been named Executive Vice President of Institutional Sales.

Ken will be responsible for further developing the distribution of Collective Investment Funds for Hand Benefits & Trust (HB&T), a BPAS company. He will also join the HB&T Board of Directors.

"Reporting directly to me, and operating out of our Boston office, Ken will work closely with the HB&T team in Houston where his relationships in the industry will be of tremendous benefit in the channels where HB&T operates," said Barry Kublin, BPAS CEO. "Ken will focus on the creation of new funds and the marketing of existing CIFs."

Ken joined NRS/GTC, a BPAS company, in 2003, where he most recently held the position of Executive Vice President (EVP) of Corporate Development. He has also served the Advisors Charitable Gift Fund since 2005, most recently as EVP, and the Savings Banks Employees Retirement Association since 2003, most recently as EVP.

"The BPAS family of trust companies is unique in the industry," noted Ken. "Our companies offer a full range of collective and common trust funds, and specialized fiduciary products. I'm eager to work with the HB&T team to share the firm's outstanding lineup and superior ease of use with new clients. Delivering this level of excellence is exciting."

Ken holds a BA from Syracuse University, a Masters of Theology from Boston University, and an MBA from Clark University.

Ken can be reached at: P: 781 970-5017 | 866 401-5272, ext. 3809 | E: kgrant@bpas.com

About BPAS

BPAS is a national provider of retirement plans, benefit plans, fund administration, and collective investment trusts. We support 3,800 retirement plans, $77 billion in trust assets, $1 trillion in fund administration, and more than 450,000 participants. With our breadth of services, depth of creative talent, and financial resources, we are well positioned to help our clients solve all their benefit plan challenges without the need to engage multiple providers. One company. One call.

The BPAS family of services includes: Plan Administration & Recordkeeping, TPA, Actuarial & Pension, VEBA & HRA/HSA, Fiduciary, AutoRollovers & MyPlanLoan, Healthcare Consulting, Transfer Agency, Fund Administration, Custody, and Collective Investment Trusts.

Specialty practices include: Auto Enrollment Plans, Multiple Employer Trusts/Plans, Plans with Employer Securities, Puerto Rico Section 1081 Plans, VEBA HRA Plans, Cash Balance Plans, Collective Investment Trusts, and Fund Administration.

BPAS subsidiaries include: Hand Benefits & Trust, NRS Trust Product Administration, Global Trust Company, and BPAS Trust Company of Puerto Rico.

As a solutions-oriented national practice, we are committed to "Solving Tomorrow's Benefit Challenges Today." Visit bpas.com for more information.

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