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About us

With more than 100 years of history in Australia and New Zealand, we have long-established, deep client relationships and broad product capabilities. As one of the few full-service financial institutions in Australia and New Zealand, local corporations and institutions, multinationals, governments and private clients rely on us for market-leading financial services — a confidence bred from our strength and ability to deliver integrated services across the Commercial & Investment Bank and Asset & Wealth Management.

We have operated in the Asia Pacific region for over 150 years, and today are present across 17 markets in the region. Clients rely on our global strength, local expertise and leadership across our lines of business.

In Asia Pacific, we are committed to helping promote economic growth and economic inclusion through our key philanthropic initiatives in the areas of workforce readiness, small business development and financial capability. Our investments aim to increase the number of quality jobs created for the underserved individuals and communities, helping small businesses become more sustainable, as well as assisting marginalized people in gaining access to affordable financial products so that they can become more financially secure. This shared commitment to the community drives our Foundation’s giving and employee engagement and volunteering activities across the region.

J.P. Morgan is a global leader in financial services, offering solutions to the world's most important corporations, governments and institutions in more than 100 countries. As announced in 2020, JPMorgan Chase will deploy $2 billion in philanthropic capital around the world by 2025. We also lead volunteer service activities for employees in local communities by utilizing our many resources, including those that stem from access to capital, economies of scale, global reach and expertise.

Local presence

Message from the Chief Executive Officer, Australia and New Zealand

"At J.P. Morgan, our global footprint is one of our greatest strengths. Our ability to leverage the breadth and depth of the firm's capabilities to serve our clients sets us apart. Our approach to business is to act locally and think globally to support our clients' global mindset.


Our commitment to helping clients in Australia and New Zealand dates back to the 19th century. As a result of our enduring presence, we have built long-term and trusted relationships with local industry leaders, financial institutions, governments, regulators, family-owned businesses, and private clients.


We have strong ties to the community and we are passionate about giving back, supporting non-profit organisations with philanthropic capital and through employee volunteering. We are focused on diversity, equity and inclusion and recruiting top talent, whether it is young individuals who join our internship programs or more experienced individuals wanting a career in the financial services sector.


As we continue to grow and build our franchise, we strive to develop and retain talent, leverage our strength, global reach, expertise, and relationships, and continue providing our clients with the best solutions."

Giving back to our local community

Being a good corporate citizen and operating with integrity is central to how we do business. We believe that we have a responsibility to harness our business, talent and global presence to strengthen economies and communities. J.P. Morgan’s corporate responsibility initiatives in Australia and New Zealand focus on workforce readiness programs for underserved youth and aim to support the communities in which we live and work.

We know that our strongest asset is the talent of our employees. The GoodWorks Program is an employee-led volunteer program that allows employees to identify opportunities where they can make a difference and create meaningful impact through local community service activities.

J.P. Morgan has been a long-term supporter of the Art Gallery of New South Wales and provided free access to the public to the Brett Whiteley Studio, the workplace and home of Australian artist, Brett Whiteley (1939-1992) in Sydney’s Surry Hills for 20 years. In 2023, we became a major partner of The Tank Gallery Exhibition Series, held in The Tank Gallery, which was once used to fuel the naval fleets in WWII, that has been transformed into a spectacular art space and is one of the highlights of the Sydney Modern Project.

The firm continues to acquire artworks to ensure that our local collection remains dynamic, and reflects our focus on diversity, equity and inclusion. The acquisitions represent younger, women, First Nations and LGBTQ artists, presenting a more contemporary view of art in Australia.

  • Australian Business Community Network - providing mentoring programs to improve the educational and career outcomes for disadvantaged youth.
  • Graeme Dingle Foundation - supporting secondary school students in New Zealand with goal setting and employability skills.
  • Indigenous Marathon Foundation (IMF) - a health promotion charity that uses running to celebrate Indigenous resilience and achievement and create inspirational Indigenous leaders. The IMF is the race beneficiary for the J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge in Sydney.
  • TAFE NSW - committed nearly $1 million to support underserved youth in south western Sydney in taking the first step to gaining the skills and knowledge they need to secure employment and be successful in a rapidly changing economy.
  • Star Jam - inspiring young people with disabilities in New Zealand.
  • Productivity Bootcamp - helping underserved youth in south western Sydney and equipping them with valuable skills in areas such as carpentry, plumbing, formwork, concreting, landscaping and more over an eight-week course.
  • Australian Red Cross - committed over US$745,000 to immediate bushfire relief efforts following the 2019/2020 bushfires, as well as philanthropic capital for a community preparedness project with the Australian Red Cross to support long-term sustainability efforts. 

Culture of well-being

J.P. Morgan provides various employee support programs to foster a better working environment and improve employee well-being.

  • Employee Assistance Program and Work-Life Servicesprovides confidential professional counselling and consultation service for employees and their families.
  • Flexible Work Arrangements: workplace flexibility is an important aspect of the way we do business. We recognise how flexible working can assist employees in managing their professional and personal responsibilities. Employees on hybrid working arrangements are eligible to utilise the Work from Home Reimbursement program.
  • Lifestyle Benefits Program: offers exclusive discounts and savings across a wide range of products and services from gym membership, insurance, travel, and entertainment to groceries and food, to name a few.
  • Paid Gender Affirmation Leave: 20 days of paid leave for employees who are affirming their gender identity.
  • Parental Mentoring Programto support new parents and to help facilitate connections and relationships among parents. Mentors can help guide new parents by sharing positive experiences, discussing their challenges, and being an advocate for firm support and resources.
  • Personal Insurance Plansprovides employees with various personal insurance plans, including Death Insurance, Spousal Death Insurance, Total and Permanent Disablementand Salary Continuance Insurance.
  • Private Health Insurance Reimbursement Programprovides permanent Australia employees with a portion reimbursement for private healthcare cover. Employees can also utilise the corporate discounts available through selected insurance providers.
  • Salary Packaging Program: offers various salary packaging arrangements for taxi travel, ride share, car parking, novated leasing, laptop and mobile.
  • Study Assistance Program: offers employees study assistance for work-related educational development programs.
  • Wellness Program: offers on-site free flu vaccination, skin checks, breast and pectoral examinations, and other on-site health offerings such as seated massage, health appraisals and more.

Diversity and inclusion

We are working hard to drive a diverse culture of respect, equity and inclusion across everything we do — from how we serve our clients and develop products and services, to the ways we help communities and support our employees.

  • Office of Disability Inclusion: drives consistent accessibility processes, standards and initiatives across the firm, and provides firmwide strategic direction with a focus on four areas: Attitude, Accessibility, Accommodations and Assimilation.
  • Office of LGBTQ+ Affairs: engages and supports our LGBTQ+ Ally employees and management in promoting an inclusive environment both internally and externally. J.P. Morgan in Australia was awarded a gold ranking for the second consecutive year in 2021 and also the Employee Network of the Year in 2020 from the Australian Workplace Equality Index.
  • Office of Military and Veterans Affairs: drives veteran initiatives woven into the fabric of how we do business, such as attracting, retaining and developing diverse veteran talent through onboarding and development programs tailored to their specific needs and qualifications. J.P. Morgan was the lead in creating the Australian Veterans Employers Coalition (AVEC) in 2017.
  • Women on the Moveworks to expand women-run businesses, improve women’s financial health and advance women’s career growth. We are committed to assisting in advancing women and enabling more women leaders in Australia. Since 2018, we have sponsored the Chief Executive Women Annual Dinner and supported the superannuation industry and advocacy body, Women in Super, since 2017.

Regulatory disclosures

J.P. Morgan Administrative Services Australia Limited (J.P. Morgan) in Australia is a signatory to the Business Council of Australia’s Australian Supplier Payment Code. As part of this Australian Supplier Payment Code, the payment term for eligible Australian small business suppliers will be within 30 days of receipt of correct invoice or receipt of correct product, whichever is the later, or on mutually agreed terms. To be eligible, a supplier must be able to demonstrate that:

  1. It holds a current Australian ABN; and,
  2. it has a turnover no greater than AUD$10 million in the last financial or calendar year.

If you believe that you are eligible for this Australian Supplier Payment Code, or have any other queries on our payment practices, please contact the J.P. Morgan personnel with whom you have engaged to supply the goods and/or services to J.P. Morgan. If you have any specific concerns or complaints, please contact

To ensure prompt payment, please ensure that your submitted invoices comply with our firm’s Supplier Invoicing Guidelines, which can be found here.

In accordance with the Reserve Bank of New Zealand Act 1989, J.P. Morgan provides a Disclosure Statement so our customers, and other interested parties, can be kept up to date with our financial performance. The Disclosure Statement is a detailed disclosure of J.P. Morgan’s financial position. Copies of J.P. Morgan’s most recent Disclosure Statement will be provided at no charge immediately to any person requesting a copy where the request is made at the following location: JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A., Level 13, ASB Tower, 2 Hunter Street, Wellington, New Zealand.


A copy of JPMCB’s audited financial statements is available on request by emailing

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Contact us

For general inquiries regarding J.P. Morgan in Australia and New Zealand, please contact us at:

  • Sydney, Australia: +612 9003 8888
  • Melbourne, Australia: +613 9633 4000

For general inquiries and global media contact information, please visit our Global Contacts.