Entities

JP Morgan Chase & Co

Entity Type
Industry
Founding Date
2000

JPMorgan Chase & Co is a multinational investment bank and financial services company headquartered in New York City. It specializes in investment banking, financial services for consumers and small businesses, commercial banking, financial transactions processing, and asset management. The firm was formed in 2000 when J.P. Morgan & Co. Incorporated merged with The Chase Manhattan Corporation.

Alex Gurevich

Andy Krieger

Carl Walter

Colleen O’Callaghan

2017 - present

Elaine Meyers

2016 - present

Greg Onken

1999 - present

JP Morgan Sr

1871 - present

Jamie Dimon

Jason Pagoulatos

Jay Canell

2017 - present

Jeremy Miller

2016 - present

Jerry Colonna

Jim Leitner

Marco Kolanovic

Mary Callahan Erdoes

1996 - present

Neil Canell

2017 - present

Peter Harrison

Rick Palacios

Terrence Belton

2012 - present

Todd Edgar

Christopher Hayward

2016 - 2019

Seth Bernstein

2014 - 2017

Matt Zames

2012 - 2017

Scott Army

2005 - 2016

Richard Galvin

2015 - 2016

Stuart Popejoy

2011 - 2016

Richard Kim

2010 - 2015

Anatoly Crachilov

2012 - 2015

Ross Givens

2008 - 2015

Jesper Koll

2009 - 2015

Michael Sonnenshein

2011 - 2014

Tom Lee

2007 - 2014

Jeff Whitaker

2011 - 2014

Santiago Santos

2012 - 2014

Thejas Nalval

2013 - 2014

Scott Siegel

2002 - 2013

Rebecca Patterson

1997 - 2012

Hector Fernandez

2010 - 2012

Peter Lacalamita

2002 - 2012

Andrew Economos

2009 - 2010

Bonawyn Eison

2005 - 2010

Siddhartha Jha

2005 - 2010

Cormac Leech

2009 - 2010

Chris Eddy

2008 - 2009

Marc Levinson

1999 - 2009

Tariq Dennison

2008 - 2009

Juliette Declercq

2006 - 2009

Simon Lack

1986 - 2009

Charles Li

2003 - 2009

David Malpass

2008 - 2008

Tom Rutledge

2005 - 2008

Jon Eilbeck

1991 - 2007

Marie Dzanis

2002 - 2007

Ryan Selkis

2007 - 2007

Gilbert Van Hassel

2002 - 2007

Dario Villani

2004 - 2006

Amanda Tepper

1999 - 2006

Mel Lagomasino

1983 - 2005

Chris Pavese

1999 - 2005

Todd Juillerat

2003 - 2005

Andrew Dym

1994 - 2005

Bradley Safalow

2002 - 2005

Fredrik Nerbrand

2002 - 2005

Gareth Murphy

1999 - 2005

Michael Zeuner

1995 - 2005

Paul Mylchreest

2001 - 2004

Yan Huo

1996 - 2004

Kentay Miller

1999 - 2004

Danny Donado

- 2004

Andrew Feldstein

1991 - 2003

Stanley Kogelman

2001 - 2003

Moorad Choudhry

2000 - 2003

Chris Macintosh

2000 - 2003

Gordon Johnson

2002 - 2003

Carlos Asilis

2002 - 2003

Paul Zemsky

1985 - 2003

Scott Seaman

1999 - 2002

Megan Greene

2002 - 2002

William Demchak

1986 - 2002

Kathy Lien

1999 - 2002

Robert Ross Jr.

1995 - 2001

Peter Gleysteen

2000 - 2001

Douglas Lucas

2000 - 2001

Diego Parrilla

1998 - 2001

Charles Lowrey Jr

1988 - 2001

Michael Liberman

1995 - 2001

Francesco Filia

1997 - 2000

Peg Pike

1997 - 2000

Philippe Khuong-Huu

1996 - 2000

David Magrone

1994 - 1999

Richard Jones

1983 - 1999

Scott Davies

1991 - 1999

Francine McKenna

1998 - 1999

Reza Zafari

1996 - 1999

Luke Ellis

1988 - 1998

Rich Apostolik

1994 - 1998

Daniel Masters

1992 - 1998

Anne Richards

1994 - 1998

Sarat Sethi

1997 - 1998

Sachin Oza

1996 - 1998

Bob Browne

1989 - 1997

Davis Edwards

1995 - 1997

Neil Schofield

1988 - 1997

Gina Sanchez

1994 - 1997

David Shimko

1993 - 1997

Christophe Tanghe

1986 - 1997

Michael Ashton

1994 - 1996

Cary Carbonaro

1990 - 1996

Albert Yeh

1993 - 1996

Constance Hunter

1994 - 1996

Patricia Hemsworth

1993 - 1995

Robert Kelley

1994 - 1995

Barbara Young

1990 - 1994

Alec Litowitz

1993 - 1994

Maribeth Rahe

1985 - 1988

JP Morgan Criticisms
  • The bank was backstopped by the Federal reserve in the 2008 crisis
    • Taxpayers effectively kept it solvent
    • Shareholders and executives were bailed out without an loss/cost
  • Have continued to pay account holders interest rates well below the federal funds rate as interest rates have increased from 2015 on



JP Morgan History

  • initially chartered in 1799 as The Manhattan Company


Assets under management: $2.6 trillion (as of March 2021)