Jp Morgan Essay

4511 Words Jun 3rd, 2015 19 Pages
Brian Tabb, Duc Nguyen, Haojun Chen, Jingyi Chen, Dan Ning
12/12/2014
Brian Tabb, Duc Nguyen, Haojun Chen, Jingyi Chen, Dan Ning
12/12/2014

FI730 Group Report
Financial Institution Analysis
FI730 Group Report
Financial Institution Analysis

1. Introduction
1.1 JP Morgan & Chase, Co.
JP Morgan & Chase, Co., incorporated under Delaware law in 1968, is now one of the oldest and most influential financial institutions in the world. As of December 31, 2013, the firm’s net assets and stockholders’ equity amounted $2.4 trillion and $211.2 billion, respectively. Currently, the firm is the leading banking institution in various business segments that include investment banking, commercial banking, asset
…show more content…
The segment of business compromises of services includes investment products, mortgages, personal portfolio management, lending, deposit, and cash management. It also issues credit cards to consumers and small business entities, provides auto and student loan services, and offers payment processing services to small retailers or merchants.
Corporate & Investment Banking (hereinafter referred as CIB) offers a broad range of services that include investment banking, marketing-making, prime brokerage, and treasury and securities products and services worldwide. Furthermore, CIB offers services like strategic consulting and advising, capital-raising in both debt and equity markets, and loan origination and syndication. Also, CIB services Treasury transactions that include cash management and liquidity solutions, and trade finance products.
Commercial Banking (hereinafter referred as CB) provides multinational clients such as International Corporations, municipalities, and nonprofit entities with extensive research knowledge on industries and local expertise. CB also provides real estate investors and owners with domestic and international financing needs.
Asset Management (hereinafter referred as AM) offers personalized services to ultra-high-net-worth individuals and investors in every major market

Related Documents