At a Glance
“Great culture and colleagues—working with very smart, driven, motivated people”
“Career development opportunities are truly unlimited”
“Sometimes the processes to accomplish projects can be slow because it’s a big company”
“High expectations—the work is demanding”
About J.P. Morgan
J.P. Morgan is the investment banking unit of global financial services behemoth JPMorgan Chase & Co., which as $3.8 trillion in assets and more than 250,000 employees. JPMorgan Chase is the product of the 2000 merger between J.P. Morgan & Co. and the Chase Manhattan Bank. In 2008, the combined firm famously picked up the ailing and storied investment bank Bear Stearns. Today, J.P. Morgan is widely recognized as one of the most prestigious investments banks on Wall Street. It is among the top underwriters of global debt and equity underwriting volume on Wall Street, and one of the leading investment banks when it comes to global M&A deal volume.
J.P. Morgan’s main units include mergers and acquisitions, debt and equity markets, and corporate financial advisory. The main industries that the firm serves include consumer and retail, energy, financial institutions and government, financial sponsors, healthcare, real estate and lodging, and technology, medial, and telecom.
J.P. Morgan has locations in most of the major financial centers across the globe. As part of JPMorgan Chase, J.P. Morgan is a firm that’s heavily focused on DEI and ESG. By last count, 49 percent of JPMorgan Chase’s global hires have been women, 58 percent of its U.S. hires have been diverse candidates, and it has hired more than 10,000 veterans since 2011.
The current head of the investment banking business at J.P. Morgan is Carlos Hernandez, whose official title is Executive Chair of investment and Corporate Banking.
345 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10154
Phone: (212) 270-6000
Stock Symbol: JPM
Stock Exchange: NYSE
CEO: Jamie Dimon
Employees (All Locations): 189,315