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Making a difference in Ohio for over 200 years.

Now home to JPMorgan Chase’s largest office worldwide, Ohio is squarely at the center of our work to create a stronger, more inclusive economy. As one of the state’s largest private employers, we are proud to be a second chance employer, to pay twice the federal minimum wage to our entry-level employees, and to provide our more than 20,000 Ohioan employees with best-in-class training and education. We are also investing in the state’s future, committing $7 million towards a workforce training initiative that prepares students in underserved communities for the jobs of tomorrow.

Whether through our support of more than 172,000 Buckeye-owned businesses, our deepening partnerships with local organizations, or our commitments to create affordable housing, we’re bringing the best of our business to Ohio.


By the Numbers


Philanthropic support to drive inclusive economic growth since 2019


Consumer Customers across Ohio


Business clients across the state


Employees In Ohio


Branches in Ohio


Spent with Ohio-owned businesses, 2022


FIre-Dex products.


Taking a Small-Town Company Global

Fire-Dex manufactures protective gear for first responders in all 50 states and more than 100 countries. JPMorgan Chase has supported Fire-Dex’s steady growth by providing financing and strategic advice, which has helped the company serve first responders around the world.

Ohio students.


Empowering Ohio’s Students

Funded in part by JPMorgan Chase, Ohio Excels is a nonprofit organization that prepares Columbus’s high school students for in-demand jobs in fields such as health care and information technology. The firm’s $7 million, five-year commitment gives students access to mentors, internships and work-based learning experiences.


Driving Health Care Innovation

Health care costs are rising, but quality and outcomes are not keeping pace. In response, JPMorgan Chase launched Morgan Health, a business unit that is investing $250 million in companies that are working to improve employer-sponsored plans. In Ohio, we’re investing in primary care solutions to help our employees manage their health.

Jamie Dimon, CEO of JPMorgan Chase & Co.
As a native Ohioan, I take great pride in the rich history of JPMorgan Chase’s commitment to Ohio. We work in partnership with community members, government officials, and our employees to strengthen the local economy and create opportunity for all people no matter where they live and work.

Corrine Burger, Columbus Location Leader at JPMorgan Chase

Our Commitment to Ohio