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Where are my assets stored with Jiko and are they safe?
Where are my assets stored with Jiko and are they safe?
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Customer T-bills are held in custody in a segregated omnibus account for the benefit of Jiko's customers at BNY Mellon. Jiko customer assets are held under 15c3-3 customer protection rule in a segregated account and are fully paid for. A custodian ensures ownership of each security and keeps them safely segregated, without lending them out. Should Jiko Securities fail, Securities Investor Protection Corporation (SIPC) will proceed with liquidating customer assets and contacting account holders to arrange returning of funds. Brokerage balances below $500,000 are covered by SIPC insurance.

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Investments in T-bills: Not FDIC Insured; No Bank Guarantee; May Lose Value.

All U.S. Treasury investments and investment advisory services provided by Jiko Securities, Inc., a registered broker-dealer, member FINRA and SIPC. Securities in your account are protected up to $500,000. For details, please see Banking services provided by Jiko Bank, a division of Mid-Central National Bank.

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