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Advancing Cities

Advancing Cities

J.P. Morgan has been serving clients and the local communities in Greater Paris for 150 years. We are proud to be a part of the city’s vibrant economy and recognize that with 1.5 million Greater Paris residents living in neighborhoods with high significant levels of poverty, unemployment and homelessness, we have to do our part in making sure that more people can share in the rewards of the city’s economic growth.

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J.P. Morgan has been serving clients and the local communities in Greater Paris for 150 years. We are proud to be a part of the city’s vibrant economy and recognize that with 1.5 million Greater Paris residents living in neighborhoods with high significant levels of poverty, unemployment and homelessness, we have to do our part in making sure that more people can share in the rewards of the city’s economic growth.

To expand access to opportunity for residents and entrepreneurs in Seine-Saint-Denis, and other communities struggling with poverty and unemployment, J.P. Morgan is investing $30 million over the next five years in Greater Paris as part of AdvancingCities and using lessons learned from investments in Detroit, Chicago and Washington, D.C. J.P. Morgan will collaborate with local nonprofit, government and business leaders to support small business growth and local workforce development initiatives.


portrait of Jamie Dimon

We are deepening our commitment to Greater Paris because we know that when communities thrive, business thrives. We are excited to work together with local leaders to focus our investments on helping more people benefit from the area’s economic growth.

- Jamie Dimon, Chairman and CEO, JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Welcome to Paris

Learn more about J.P. Morgan’s long-standing commitment to serving clients and the local communities in France


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Investing in Greater Paris

Jamie Dimon shares the firm’s new commitment with the Financial Times.

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Putting the Skills of our People to Work for our Communities

J.P. Morgan recently concluded its first Service Corps cohort in Paris.

150 Years in Greater Paris

Timeline of JP Morgan in Paris

AdvancingCities Challenge

Paris is the first philanthropic investment announced as part of AdvancingCities. Separate from J.P. Morgan’s investment in Greater Paris, the AdvancingCities Challenge will make investments of up to $3 million in cities to support creative, collaborative and sustainable solutions to address cross-cutting challenges to help more people benefit from a growing economy.

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