American Century Adopts E-SignaturesAmerican Century Investments, Kansas City, Mo., last month became one of the first mutual fund companies to offer customers the option of using electronic signatures to open accounts online. Investors using the e-signature option to open a new account must provide an e-mail and a mailing address in addition to meeting the fund's minimum investment requirement. Security precautions require the user to provide personal information and to use a funding bank account in the same name as the one used with the American Century account.

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