edit JPMorgan Chase
Founded in 1823, and now part of the larger JP Morgan Chase & Company (NYSE: JPM), JP Morgan is a global leader in the wholesale financial services industry.
With the ambitious mission of building the best financial services company in the world, JP Morgan’s business is driven by a philosophy focused on long-term success.
The company’s philosophy is based on words first uttered by J.P. Morgan, Jr. in 1933: “… at all times the idea of doing only first class business, and that in a first-class way.”
The spirit of customer service and commitment to customer service and business integrity still drives the focus of JP Morgan today, and has contributed to the company’s long term success in the financial services industry.
edit Guiding Business Principles
To meet it’s stated mission of building the best financial services company in the world, the guiding principles of JP Morgan’s business are designed to lead the company always in the direction of improvement. The JP Morgan organization holds itself to high standards for integrity and quality.
Everything the company does remains focused on the company’s mission. JP Morgan emphasizes constant and continuous improvement in its people and its products. JP Morgan is both field and client-driven, with a commitment to advancing the financial services profession, as well as providing the best service and products to it’s customers on an ongoing basis.
No matter what market is being served, JP Morgan is committed to constantly and consistently delivering the best products to clients in the most cost-efficient manner possible. Part of JP Morgan’s customer focus is tied to the company’s dedication to smoothly execute all aspects of its business operations.
From a human resources perspective, JP Morgan is committed both to building a great team of people to cultivating a winning corporate culture. The company is committed to innovation, testing, and learning, raising the bar of perfection in the financial services industry, even as is strives to be the best.
Serving a diverse client base in numerous countries around the world, JP Morgan’s customer base is among the largest in the world. JP Morgan’s client base includes a variety of large and multinational corporations, nonprofit organizations, institutional investors, hedge funds, governments, municipalities, and affluent individual investors.
edit Services Offered
JP Morgan’s comprehensive platform of financial services includes asset management, commercial banking, investment banking, private banking, and treasury and securities services.
The asset management arm of JP Morgan specializes in both investment services and wealth management services.
For commercial banking clients, JP Morgan provides a variety of lending and investment banking services. Additional commercial banking services include treasury services and asset management.
In the realm of investment banking, JP Morgan offers a wide array of banking and advising services. Investment banking clients can work hand in hand with JP Morgan in areas including debt and equity capitalization, risk management, corporate strategy and structure advising, cash securities, and derivative instruments.
JP Morgan’s private banking services assist high asset individuals with trust and estate services.
The array of treasury and securities services offered by JP Morgan include transaction services, investment services, information services, custodian services, trade finance solutions, logistics solutions, wholesale card products, and liquidity management services.
edit Recent Notable Company News
- Record Setting Revenue in 2007: JP Morgan Chase reported record revenue of $19 billion, with a record net income of 4.8 billion
- European Milestone in 2007: JP Morgan in Luxembourg achieved a major milestone, becoming the country’s first third party administrator to reach $300 billion mark.
- Expansion of European and Middle Eastern Service in 2007: JP Morgan opened a Private Equity Fund Services Office in London that will serve an expanded client base throughout Europe and the Middle East.
- Climate Change Analysis Made Public in 2007: JP Morgan’s corporate research department has made its comprehensive analysis of climate change available to the public here.
edit Board of Directors
- James Dimon
- Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer
- John H. Biggs
- Former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, TIAA-CREF
- Crandall C. Bowles
- Co-Chairman and Co-Chief Executive Officer, Springs Global US, Inc. and Springs Global :Participacoes S.A., and Chairman, Springs Industries, Inc
- Stephen B. Burke
- President, Comcast Cable Communications, Inc
- James S. Crown
- President, Henry Crown and Company
- Ellen V. Futter
- President and Trustee, American Museum of Natural History
- William H. Gray, III
- Chairman, Amani Group
- Laban P. Jackson, Jr.
- Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Clear Creek Properties, Inc.
- John W. Kessler
- Owner, John W. Kessler Company and Chairman, The New Albany Company
- Robert I. Lipp
- Senior Advisor
- Richard A. Manoogian
- Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Masco Corporation
- Lee R. Raymond
- Retired Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Exxon Mobil Corporation
- William C. Weldon
- Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Johnson & Johnson
- 270 Park Ave
- New York NY 10017 US
- J. P. Morgan Chase & Co., Inc.
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