Great-West Financial has reached an agreement to acquire the J.P. Morgan Retirement Plan Services large-market recordkeeping business, which holds $167 billion in assets across 200 clients and 1.9 million participants, the companies said Thursday.

The deal makes Great-West one of the largest retirement services providers in the United States marketplace, with 6.8 million participants nationwide and retirement recordkeeping assets of $387 billion.

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