At work in New York City

JPMorganChase has called New York City home for well over two centuries and we're proud to be part of the fabric of the city, its people, businesses, and neighborhoods. We have tens of thousands of employees in the NYC metro area and more than 4 million customers across New York City – but this is more than a place where we do business. We have contributed over $91 million to local non-profits since 2019, helping to address important issues like housing affordability, supporting small businesses and job creation. Together, we are creating a stronger, more inclusive economy that helps New Yorkers grow and prosper.


Achieving more together in Greater New York City

      Data updated as of May 2024


philanthropic support over the last five years


consumer customers


business clients


employees who work in New York City


free financial health events and educational workshops hosted since 2021


Since 1799, JPMorganChase has been bringing the best of our business to New York City. Beyond being home to our global headquarters, this is also where our customers, clients, employees and community partners live, work and play. We're committed to New York City and creating economic opportunity for all who call it home.

Jamie Dimon

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, JPMorganChase

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Bringing Wellness to the Workplace


Born in NYC nearly 50 years ago, the J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge brings nearly 30,000 participants together annually in Central Park to celebrate teamwork, camaraderie and community.

Expanding a Global Transportation Hub


J.P. Morgan helped to secure funding for Terminal 4 at JFK Airport, including to renovate and expand the terminal, ultimately increasing capacity and delivering an enhanced experience for travelers.

Preparing New Yorkers for the Future of Work


As a founding member of New York Jobs CEO Council, JPMorgan Chase is helping to transform job training, recruiting and hiring in the city. Our collective goal is to hire 100,000 New Yorkers by 2030, including 25,000 CUNY students.

Keeping New York City Moving


J.P. Morgan helped the MTA install a contactless payment system for public transit riders. Now, people can simply tap their payment card or use an app they already have—no more waiting in line to buy or load a fare card. It’s helped to make the MTA experience far more efficient.

Shaping an Equitable Future in Sports


JPMorgan Chase and the USTA Foundation's National Junior and Tennis learning network are empowering over 50,000 under resourced youth through the annual Return the Serve program.

Creating a Big Platform for Small Businesses


As the marquee partner of Madison Square Garden, Chase and the New York Knicks and New York Rangers created a Small Business platform, highlighting Chase for Business customers through team platforms and providing $50,000 in grants.

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