What Are Some JPMorgan Chase Bank Global Locations?
J.P. Morgan Chase has international banking locations in 100 countries, including, in Latin America, Argentina, Chile, Brazil and Mexico and, in the Asia Pacific region, New Zealand, Malaysia, India, China and Japan. France, Italy, Ireland and Greece are among its European locations. Other regional sites are Israel and Russia.
J.P. Morgan Chase Asia Pacific locations also include Bangladesh, the Philippines, Singapore, Vietnam and Korea. Other regional sites in Europe are Belgium/Netherlands/Luxembourg, the Channel Islands, Spain and the United Kingdom. Turkey/Central Asia, the Middle East/Sub-Saharan Africa and North Africa are among the institution’s other regional sites.
Through its United Kingdom regional headquarters in London, J.P. Morgan Chase provides, in addition to research and treasury services, asset management, private banking, corporate banking and investment banking services. J.P. Morgan Chase established its Global Service Center in Mumbai, India in 2002 and launched commercial banking in India in 2007.
J.P. Morgan Chase began providing banking services through one of its early firms in the Middle East and North Africa in the 1930s. Opening its first Middle Eastern branch in Beirut, Lebanon in 1955, it also has offices in Abu Dhabi, Cairo, Dubai and Riyadh. In its Turkey/Central Asia region, J.P. Morgan Chase has a local presence in Istanbul, Turkey, Almaty, Kazakhstan and Tashkent, Uzbekistan.