JPMorgan Chase has been fully committed to Supplier Diversity for over 24 years, including establishing positive relationships with other companies and organizations that are equally dedicated. Over the past eleven years, JPMorgan Chase spent over $15 billion with diverse suppliers. JPMorgan Chase Global Supplier Diversity’s mission is to align our supply base with our consumer bases; develop and engage with certified and qualified diverse businesses in the interest of promoting economic growth in our communities.
We have created a Supplier Diversity Network (SDN) through which certified Minority-, Woman-, Veteran-, Service-Disabled Veteran-, Disability-, Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual, Transgender (LGBT)-Owned businesses register with the firm. This network is the preferred resource used to select diverse suppliers to compete for contracting opportunities.
Businesses registered in the SDN are required to be diligent in maintaining current and accurate information in the system. This engagement ensures maximum consideration for appropriate opportunities.
Register or learn more about the firm’s Global Supplier Diversity program using the tabs below. Have questions? Visit our FAQ page or email email@example.com for more information.
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The JPMorgan Chase Supplier Diversity Network offers many benefits to certified diverse businesses.
- Priority consideration for procurement opportunities, both First- and Second-Tier contracting opportunities
- Preferred consideration for exclusive JPMorgan Chase events
- ‘Real-time’ access to registered profiles for procurement personnel.
- Strategic advice to improve preparation for current and/or future bid opportunities
- Advice and insights on financing growing business needs
- Workshops designed to sharpen business and personal finance skills
Upon completion of your application, a decision will be made regarding your profile. If your application is accepted, your company's information will be added to the JPMorgan Chase Supplier Diversity Network (SDN) database, which is accessible to JPMorgan Chase procurement decision-makers. While acceptance into the SDN does NOT designate a preferred supplier status or contractual agreement, it DOES provide greater visibility for upcoming opportunities. Ultimately, it is up to participating businesses to introduce its products and services to the firm.
To register with the SDN, click the link below to complete an online application.
To successfully complete the JPMorgan Chase Supplier Diversity Network application process, your company must be certified as a diverse supplier.
JPMorgan Chase partners with organizations that provide third-party public and private sector certifications. Some of the organizations listed below are approved to provide certifications, while others partner with advocacy groups to provide a full set of member services. Certifications from other similar organizations may be accepted on a case-by-case basis, but restrictions may apply.
JPMorgan Chase accepts certification from the organizations listed below, or their affiliates, throughout the United States:
National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC)*
1359 Broadway, 10th Floor, New York, NY 10018
Phone: (212) 944-2430
Certifies minority-owned businesses
NMSDC has 23 affiliate offices located nationwide.
Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC)*
1710 H. Street, N.W., 7th Floor Washington, D.C. 20006
Phone: (202) 872-5515
Certifies women-owned businesses
WBENC has 14 affiliate offices located nationwide.
National Gay Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC)*
729 15th Street, NW, 9th Floor Washington, DC 20005
Phone: (202) 234-9181
Certifies lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, transgender (LGBT)-owned businesses
Small Business Administration 8(a) Program*
26 Federal Plaza, New York , NY 10278
Phone: (212) 264-4322
Certifies socially or economically disadvantaged-owned businesses
National Veteran Business Development Council (NVBDC)
Nonprofit Corporation Serving Veterans
325 E. Crescent Lane
Detroit, MI 48207
Phone: (313) 446-6885
National Veteran-Owned Business Association (NaVOBA)*
429 Mill Street, Coraopolis, PA 15108
Phone: (412) 269-1663
Fax: (412) 269-1646
Certifies veteran-owned businesses
US Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce (USPAACC)*
1329 18th Street NW, Washington, DC 20036
Phone: (202) 296-5221
Fax: (202) 296-5225
Certifies Asian American-owned businesses
U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCCC)
1424 K St NW, Suite 401, Washington, DC 20005
Phone: (202) 842-1212
Certifies Hispanic-owned businesses across the United States and Puerto Rico
The Latino Coalition (TLC)
1455 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Suite 400
Washington, DC 20004
Phone: (202) 349-4093
Certifies Latino-owned businesses
1310 Braddock Place, Suite 101
Alexandria, VA 22314
Phone: (800) 706-2710
Certifies disability-owned businesses, including those owned by service-disabled veterans.
1120 Connecticut Ave., NW, Suite 1080
Washington, DC 20036
Studio 5, Phoenix Square, 3 Burton Street
Leicester, LE1 1TB
Phone: +44 (0)116 253 2520
- In addition to our Partner Organizations (and their certifications) listed above, we also recognize certifications issued by:
- Disadvantaged Business Enterprise
- The Port Authority
- State and Federal Agencies
*We offer links to non-JPMorgan Chase Web sites for convenience. We do not sponsor these sites, nor are we responsible for information that appears on them.
The JPMorgan Chase Global Supplier Diversity team participates in and hosts customized ‘in person’ and digital events for diverse businesses; these include match-making events, trade shows and expos, information sessions on procurement strategies, networking receptions with buyers and prime suppliers, business management improvement seminars and workshops.
JPMorgan Chase seeks to amplify the positive impact of supplier diversity by asking our suppliers (companies that sell directly to our firm) to also do business with diverse companies.
Our firm tracks the dollars our suppliers spend with diverse businesses. We refer to this as Tier 2 Spend.
Tier 2 Spend dollars can be measured in two ways: Direct and Indirect. JPMorgan Chase accepts both.
When suppliers engage diverse businesses directly on JP Morgan Chase contracts and report the amount paid to diverse suppliers, we consider this Direct Spend. Each 2nd tier dollar can be traced back to a specific diverse supplier and to a specific project.
Indirect Spend is calculated by prorating the supplier's company-wide diverse spend with the percentage of its total business represented by JP Morgan Chase’s business. (For example, if the supplier spends $100 million annually with diverse suppliers and JPMorgan Chase represents 1% of its total business, the 2nd tier spend would be $1 million ($100 million x 1%).
We have a dedicated reporting system to enable our suppliers to report their diverse spend on a quarterly basis. There is a 45-day submission period for each report. For example, the first quarter’s report includes spend from January–March. The reporting period for Q1 is April 1st–May 15th.
If you are a current Tier 2 Spend-reporting supplier and would like to access the JPMorgan Chase Tier 2 Reporting portal please click here.
- Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) 2017 America’s Top Corporation for Women’s Business Enterprises
- National Business Inclusion Consortium (NBIC) Best-of-the-Best Corporation 2016 -2018
- WEUSA magazine 2016 Top 100 Corporations list
- The National LGBT Chamber of Commerce presented JPMorgan Chase with the 2018 Apex Award
- William R. Kapfer, Global Head of Supplier Diversity presented with the National LGBT Chamber of Commerce Champion of Enterprise Award
- MBN USA Best of the Decade list (2018)
- Minority Business News magazine (MBN USA) 2015 & 2016 Corporate 101: America's Most Admired Corporations for Supplier Diversity
- JPMorgan Chase received the inaugural BEQ Pride LGBTQ Business Equality Excellence Award 2017
- Affinity Inc. Magazine names JPMorgan Chase one of the AIM 100 in 2017, and “Top Corporation” For LGBT Economic Empowerment in 2016
- Women’s Enterprise Magazine names William R Kapfer, Global Head of Supplier Diversity, one of the Top 100 Leaders in corporate supplier diversity (2017)
- Minority Business News magazine (MBN USA) recognized JPMorgan Chase among the 2015 & 2016 Corporate 101: America's Most Admired Corporations for Supplier Diversity
- MBN USA names JPMorgan Chase, Chief Procurement Officer and Head of Global Supplier Diversity, 2017 Supplier Diversity Champions
- MBN USA names JPMorgan Chase, Head of Global Supplier Services Category Sourcing, a 2017 Corporate Buyer of the year
- WEUSA magazine named JPMorgan Chase, Jamie Dimon CEO, and the firm’s Global Supplier Diversity program to its 2016 Top 100 Corporations list
- 100% rating, past 14 years “Corporate Equality Index” Human Rights Campaign, 2016
- Black Enterprise and the Executive Leadership Council (ELC) named JPMorgan Chase to its 2016 “50 Best Companies for Diversity.” This designation focuses on all ethnic minority groups and included outreach efforts directed toward women, the disabled, veterans, and the LGBT community.
- JPMorgan Chase was named to the 2016 Arizona Million Dollar Circle of Excellence (AZMDCE) by the Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce