(Bloomberg) -- Robert Reynolds, who built the industry’s biggest 401(k) business while at Fidelity Investments, is seeking a reprise.

The 62-year-old chief executive officer of Great-West Lifeco U.S. Inc. catapulted his firm to the No. 2 spot among 401(k) providers with last month’s acquisition of JPMorgan Chase & Co.’s recordkeeping business. Reynolds said his goal is to go after the top spot, occupied by his former employer Fidelity, where he was once chief operating officer.

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