Gardner Denver Inc., Quincy, Ill., hired J.P. Morgan/American Century Retirement Plan Services to manage a portion of its $50 million cash balance plan and as semi-bundled provider for its two 401(k) plans, said Frank Jamboretz, manager of Gardner Denver employee benefits. J.P. Morgan/American Century will manage about $24 million in Gardner Denvers cash balance plan in a money market, a large-cap domestic equity and an international equity fund, Mr. Jamboretz said. These funds are replacing a Schroder international equity fund and a Bankers Trust money market fund, he said. The 401(k) plans, with assets totaling $71 million, will add five investment options: American Centurys Prime Money Market, Equity Growth and International Growth; and J.P. Morgans Disciplined Equity and Diversified funds, he said. The plans are retaining four other options: a PIMCO medium-duration bond option; Enterprise Group, large-cap domestic growth equities; BlackRock, small-cap growth; and American Century, stable assets.