JPMorgan Chase, currently the largest banking institution in the United States, is a global leader in the financial sector. With operations in 60 countries and nearly 250,000 employees worldwide, JPMorgan Chase is a preeminent banking and financial services institution.
JPMorgan Chase is the largest bank in the United States by assets, with a balance sheet of over 3 trillion dollars in total assets.
JPMorgan Chase offers a broad range of services, including investment banking, retail banking, asset management, private and commercial banking, and many more.
JPMorgan Chase devotes nearly $10 billion yearly to philanthropy and sponsorships and is a proud partner of the Clinton Global Initiative and communities in need.
The average stock price of JPMorgan Chase is valued at over $95 as of 2020.
JPMorgan Chase's CEO, Jamie Dimon, was estimated to have an overall compensation of over $45 million in 2020.
JPMorgan Chase's headquarters is located in the heart of New York City in Manhattan's financial district.
As of mid-2020, JPMorgan Chase invested over $2 trillion in the asset management sector.
JPMorgan Chase launched its mobile banking app in 2011; over 30 million American users are active mobile banking customers.
JPMorgan Chase employs 109,000 people in the United States and its territories.
JPMorgan Chase has been granted 13 patents related to financial innovation, including a system to detect fraudulent transactions using machine learning algorithms.